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ISSUED WEEKLY BY 
BUREAU OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

WASH I NCTON. D.C 



INDEX TO FOREIGN CROPS AND MARKETS 
VOLUME 33, JULY-DECEMBER, 1936 



Feature articles in this vol use: Pate Number 





Ju ly 


20 


3 


Agricultural trade in the first six Months of the 










Aug. 


21+ 


8 


Australian policies affecting agriculture 


Aug. 


31 


9 




Nov. 


23 


21 




Aug. 


10 


6 




Oct. 


12 


15 




Oct . 


5 


IU 


European walnut production and market prospects 


Sept. 


28 


13 




Nov. 


2 


18 




Nov. 


16 


20 


Olive oil situation in Mediterranean Basin 


July 


13 


2 




July 


6 


1 


Progress of agricultural trade with Canada 


Sept. 


21 


12 


Progress of agricultural trade with Canada 


Nov. 


2 


18 


Progress of agricultural trade with Canada 


Nov. 


23 


21 


Progress of agricultural trade with Canada 


Dec. 


28 


26 


Sugar cane production in South China 


Aug. 


3 


5 


Trends in British agricultural policy 


Oct. 


19 


16 




Oct. 


26 


17 




Nov. 


9 


19 


United States agricultural trade with territories 


Nov. 


30 


22 


World situation in cattle and beef 


Dec. 


7 


23 


lor Id sugar situation 


Aug. 


17 


7 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Raymond B. Stevens, Chairman 
Henry F. Grady, Vice Chairman 
Edgar B. Brossard 
Oscar B. Ryder 
E. Dana Durand 
A. Manuel Fox 

Sidney Morgan, Secretary 



ACKNOWLEDGME NT 

The Tariff Commission acknowledges the valuable assistance given in this under- 
taking by the Sorks Progress Administration, which set up funds to carry it onj 
the United States Department of Agriculture, which furnished the basic material 
and gave permission for its use; the Coordination Committee of the Central 
Statistical Board and the Works Progress Administration, who approved the plan; 
and the Virginia State W. P. A. authorities, who assisted in perfecting the 
organ i zat i on . 



I 



INDEX TO FOREIGN CROPS AHD MARKETS 
VOLUME 55, JULY - DECEMBER, 1956 



Crop and Market prospect*, covering the current year, 
■ Ith comparisons, are given in text in each issue. 

Pace 

A 



Afr icat 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, ah. 1932-36 209 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, *«. 1931-35 7 l>»-7l 5 

Sugar consumption, 1930-3' to 1 93 1 +-55 211 

Africa, British lest, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-55 115 

Africa, Norths 
Barley: 

Area, 1933-36 I 14,288 

Production, 1933-36 115,588,555 

Oats: 

Area, 1933-36 114,288 

Production, 1933-36 289,389,536 

Wheat production, av. 1950-34, an. 1935-36 55,125,693 

Africa, Union of South: 

Beef exports, 1913 * 1925-1935 749 

Beef and veal production, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 719 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36 209 

Cattle: 

Number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 715 

Slaughter, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 71 7 

Corn exports, 1934-57 55,116,181,253,320, 

564,414,467,557,617, 
695,777,821 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1 95*4-35 211 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 4 '954 229 

■heat production, 1933-56 693 

Alaska, agricultural trade with U. S., 1934-35 to 1935-36 — 683-686 

Algeria: 

Barley production, 1933-36 124, 388, 535,652 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 114 

Datea, production prospects, 1936 345-346 

Oats production, 1933-36 124, 389,536,652 

Olive oil production, av. 1928-29 to 1933-34, an. 1934-35 to 1936-37 50,380 

8ugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 230 

Tobacco situation, 1 936 412 

■heat production, av. 1930-34, an. 1935-36 53,102-103,124,125, 

155,189,652,695 

Almonds: 

Pricee, New York, 1936 129 

Production prospects, Spain, 1936 128-129 

Supplies, Spain, 1 936 128-129 

See also Nuts. 

America, sugar consumption, 1930-3' to 1934-35 210 

America, Central: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 204,208 

Sugar consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 210 

America, North: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1927-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 204,208 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 7 1 3 

Rye production, 1933-36 694 



2 



Pag e 



America, North - continued: 
Wheat: 

Production, 1933-36 692 

Shipments, 1953-37 58,120,184,256,321, 

366, 420, 470,5UO, 620, 
700,782,824 

America, South: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 204,208 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 713 

Sugar consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 210 

Anglo-Egyptian Sudan: 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 M'5 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 4 1934 230 

Ango la: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 209 

Cattle number, av. 1 926- 1 930, an. 1951-35 715 

Animal products: 

Exports, U. S., 1954-55 4 1935-36 357,489-491 

Imports, U. S., 1935-56 551-554 

Re-exports, U. S., 1954-35 4 1935-56 662-665 

Shipments to U. S.: 

Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-36 670 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 1935-36 676 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 687 

Shipments, U. S., tot 

Alaska, 1934-35 4 1935-36 683-684 

Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-56 671-672 

Puerto Rica, 1934-35 4 1935-36 677-679 

Virgin Islands, 1935-56 687-688 

Animal 3: 

Exports, U. S., 1954-35 4 1955-56 44,489 

Imports, u. S., 1954-55 A 1935-36 - 555 

Re-exports, U. S., 1934-55 4 1955-36 662 

Shi pments to U. S. : 

Alaska, 1954-35 4 1935-56 683 

Hawaii, 1934-55 4 1935-56 670 

Virgin Islands, 1955-56 687 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1954-55 4 1955-36 685-684 

Hawaii, 1934-55 4 1935-36 67 1 

Puerto Rico, 1934-55 4 1935-56 677 

Virgin Islands, 1955-36 68? 

Slaughter, Uruguay, 1 935 4 1936 365 

Antiqua, cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1 935- 

36 208 

App I es: 

Crop, Canada, 1 936 707 

Crop prospects: 

Belgium, 1936 109 

France, I936 109 

Netherlands, 1 936 109 

Export control, Canada, Sept. 1936 456 

Exportable surplus: 

Canada, 1 956 335 

United States, 1 936 535 

Exports; 

Austral ia, 1955-56 575 

Canada, 1 935 4 1936 631,632 

New Zealand, 1935-56 575 

United States, 1935-36 5-6,68 



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Apples - continued! 
Import dutiest 

Norway, 1936-37 302,808 

United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Imports, U. S., 1935 4 1936 - 15,168 

Prices, Canada, 1935-36 456 

Product i on: 

Canada, 1935 & 1936 535,374-575 

United States, 1936 • 335 

•orld, 1935 * 1936 335 

See also Fruit. 
Argent Enas 

Bar I ey : 

Area, 1930-31 to 1936-37 264, 288, 290 ,574,424, 

786,799,803 

Exports, 1955-54 to 1936-37 55,116,181,253,320, 

364,414,467,537,617, 
695,777,821 

Production, 1930-31 to 1936-37 2,54,786,799,805 

Beef: 

Consumption per capita, 1935-35 721 

Exports, 1931-56 735-754,740 

Buttert 

Consumption, 1934-36 399,418 

Exports, 1954-56 599-400,418 

Production, 1954-56 599-400,418 

Stocks, 193^-36 399, U 18 

Cattle: 

Number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-55 7 1 3 

Prices, 1952 to 1956 758-759 

Sales, 1927-1956 756,757 

Slaughter, 1926 to 1955 717,756-757 

Corn: 

Area, 1926-27 to 1955-56 107,114,413 

Crop condition, 1936-57 474,624 

Exportable surplus, 1955-56 124,265,575,508 

Exports, 1926-27 to 1955-56 55, 1 14, I 16, 181 ,255, 

520,364,413,414,467, 
508,537,617,695,777, 
821 

Harvesting conditions, 1936 5,10? 

Prices, I956 107 

Production, 1926-2? to 1935-36 62,106,114,415,452, 

508 

Supplies, 1936 --- 106-107 

F I axseed: 

Area, 1930-51 to 1956-57 290,424,786,799,803 

Crop condition, 1936-57 — - 474,624 

Production, 1950-51 to 1956-57 2,54,786,799,803 

Fruit exports, 1935 & 1 936 148 

Mutton and lamb consumption per capita, 1955-55 721 

Oats: 

Area, 1950-51 to 1956-57 264, 290, 57^, ^24, 

786,799,803 

Exports, 1935-54 to 1956-57 55,116,181,253,320, 

564,414,467,557,617, 
695,777,821 

Production, 1950-51 to 1956-57 2,35,54,786,799, 

803 

Pork and lard consumption per capita, 1955-55 721 



Paoe 



Argentina - continued: 
Rye: 

Area, 1930-31 to 1936-37 26 1 , 290 , , l*5U , 

786,799,803 

Production, 1930-31 to 1936-37 2,54,786,799,805 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1950-31 to 1 934-35 210 

Foreign trads, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 4 193"+ 229 

U. S. import quota for, 1936 — 215 

Sugar-cane production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-50, an. 1932-53 to 1935-36 208 

Wheat: 

Area, 1930-31 to 1936-37 261,290,424,454, 

786,799,803 

Crop condition, 1956-37 29, '43,545,624 

Exportable surplus, Sept. 1 936 393 

Growing conditions, 1936-37 593, 476,625 

Harvesting conditions, Nov. 1956 652 

Production, 1950-5' to 1956-57 2,54,393,653, 

693,786,799,805 

Shipments, 1933-57 58,120,184,256,521, 

566,420,470,540,620, 
700,782,824 

Suppl ies, July 1956 103 

Wool carry-over, consumption, production and surplus, 1936-57 544 

Argols, tartar and wine lees, imports, U. S., 1954-35 4 '935-36 569 

Arrowroot shipments to U. S., Virgin Islands, 1955-36 687 

Asia: 

Bar I ey : 

Area, 1935-36 288 

Production, 1955-56 388,536 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1952-55 to 1955-56 204,208 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1 93 < -35 7'5-7'6 

Corn production, 1933-56 389,555 

Sugar consumption, 1950-51 to 1934-35 211 

Wheat production, 1955-56 693 

Austra I i a: 

Apples, exports, 1935 & 1936 — 375 

Beef: 

And cattle situation, 1 936 744-745 

Consumption per capita, 1 93 ' -33 721 

Exports, 1931-52 to 1955-56 747 

Production, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 7 1 9 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1950, an. 1932-55 to 1955-56 207 

Butter: 

Exports, 1914-15 to 1934-35 282 

Gradings, 1936 417,469,539,619, 

699,780,823 

Production, 1914-15 to 1954-55 - 282 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1952-55 to 1935-36 204,209 

Cattle: 

Number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 7 1 6 

Slaughter, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-55 717 

Cheese production and exports, 1914-15 to 1934-35 282 

Closer settlement act of 1904 274 

Cotton: 

Area, 1923-24 to 1934-35 286 

Production, 1923-24 to 1934-55 286 

Self-sufficiency policy 285 

Currants: 

Area, 1924-25 to 1934-35 285 

Exports, 1925-1955 285 



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Australia - continued: 
Currants - continued: 

Production, 1924-25 to 1934-35 148,283 

Dairy products, government bounties, 1936 281 

Flour exports, 1914-15 to (955-56 280 

Land settlement policy 2?4 

Mutton and lamb consumption per capita, l95'-33 721 

Pears, exports, 1935 & 1956 575 

Pork and lard consumption per capita, 1931-35 721 

Raisins, area, production and exports, 1924-25 to 1954-55 285 

Sugar: 

Exports, 1914-15 to 1935-36 284 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1954 229 

Industry, wage increase 279 

Production, 1914-15 to 1935-36 — - P84 

U. S. import quota for, 1936 215 

Tariff policy, effect on agriculture 278 

Veal: 

Consumption per capita, 1931-33 ■ ■ 721 

Production, av. 1 926- 1930, an. 1931-35 '1^ 

Wheat: 

Area, 1935-36 & 1936-37 62,102,50? 

Crop condition, Sept. 1956 . 340 

Exports, 1914- 1936 :°e 

Growing conditions, Oct. 1 936 4?6,625 

Production, 1914-15 to 1936-37 208-507,693 

Shipments, 1933-37 53,120,184,256.521. 

366,420,470,540,620, 
700,782,824 

Yield, 1931-32 to 1935-56 - 507 

Woo I : 

Exports, av. 1909-1913, an. 1914-15 to 1936-37 287 

Production, av. 1 909- 1913, an. 1914-15 to 1936-57 287 

Sales, 1956 347,452,481,704 

Austr i a: 

Barley production, 1951-36 290,388,535,652 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-35 to 1955-56 207 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-35 ?l4 

Corn production, 1935 & 1 936 652 

Cotton textile situation, 1935-36 — 108,298 

Fruit crop prospects, 1936 245 

Hog and pork situation, 1936-37 438 

Oats production, 1933-36 536,652 

Potatoes, production, 1955 & 1956 652 

Rye production, 1951-56 290,295,652,694 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1950-51 to 1955-36 211,212 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 250 

Stocks, 1952 to 1955 213 

Visible supply, June 1933-36 - 212 

Sugar beets: 

Area, av. 1925-1929, an. 1931-1956 205 

Production, 1955 & 1956 652 

Tobacco situation, Sept. 1956 410-411 

Wheat production, av. 1950-54, an. 1955-56 55, 290 ; 54 1 ,453, 

652,692 



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B 



Bacon: 

Exports, U. S., Jan. -Aug. 1935 * 1956 521,528 

Import quotas for Yugoslav, Germany, 1936 708 

Imports, United Kingdom, 1928-29 to 1935-36 - 449,603 

Situation, United Kingdom, 1 936 590-591 

See also Hogs; Meat; Pork. 

Balkan States, tobacco situation, Sept. 1936 412 

Balsams. See Gums, resins and balsams. 

Bananas: 

imports, u. S., 193^-35 4 1935-36 55»»,57i 

Re-exports, U. s., 1 93*+-35 4 1955-36 661,665 

See also Frui t. 
Barbados: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36 208 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 - - - 229 

Bar I ey : 
Area: 

Argentina, 1930-37 264, 288, 290,37'+, 

424,786,799,803 

Asia, 1933-36 288 

Canada, 1933-36 231,288,326,578 

England and Wales, 1931-36 142,180 

Europe, 1933-36 288 

Finland, 1931-36 28,97 

Germany, 1 936 5 

Hungary, 1931-36 5,56 

Irish Free State, 1931-36 182,802,820 

Japan, 1955 & 1 936 34,100 

Lithuania, 1931-36 — 254 

Morocco, 1931-36 118 

Netherlands, 1931-36 28,97 

New Zealand, 1935-36 & 1936-37 506 

North Africa, 1933-36 288 

Norway, 1935 & 1 936 452 

Scotland, 1931-36 142,182 

Specified countries, 1933-36 105,114,288 

Tunisia, 1931-36 I 18 

United States, 1933-36 288 

Yugoslavia, 1930-36 503 

Condition: 

Canada, 1931-36 231 

Czechoslovakia, June 1936 5 

Exportable surplus, Danube Basin, 1935-36 37** 

Expor ts: 

Principal countries, 1933-34 to 1956-37 55,116,181,253,320, 

564,414,467,537,617, 
695,777,821 

United States, 1 93^-35 4 1935-36 58,120,184,256,321, 

566,420,470,540,620, 
700,782,824 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Imports, United Kingdom, 1926-1935 10 

Mai t i ng: 

Market situation, United Kingdom, 1 936 - 296-297, 5'0 

Production, British Isles, 1935-36 509 

Situation, United Kingdom, 1 936 7-10,130-13' 



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Page 



Barley - continued: 
Prices: 

Germany, 1935-36 4 1936-37 238-239 

Minneapolis, 1935 4 1936 55 , M 6, 1 8 1 , 253, 



320, 364,4m, 467, 
537,617,695,777,821 

124,588,535,652 
2,54,786,799,803 
290,388,535,652 
260,319 
326,578,693 
294,326,544 
2,34 
288,326 

97 
452,503 
62,188,288 
M7 
288 
54,100 
474 
1 18 
117,288 

452 
340,691 
117,578 
288,786,799 
288 

105,115,263, 
288,388,535 



Tunisia, 1931-36 118 

United Kingdom, 1935-36 297 

United States, 1933-36 288 

Yugoslavia, 1930-36 503 

Stocks, Canada, July 1934-36 231 

See also Grains. 

Basutoland, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1951-55 715 

Beans, Dry: 

Area, Hokkaido, Japan, 1935 & 1 936 479 

Exportable surplus, Danube Basin, 1936-37 333 

Exports, U. S., Jan. -June 1935-36 14,169 

Import quotas for Yugoslav, Germany, 1936 — 708 

Product i on: 

Danube Basin, 1935 4 1936 332-333,581-582 

Japan, 1935 4 1936 479,805 

Bechuanaland, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1 93 1 -35 715 

Beef: 

Consumption per capita, principal countries, 1933-35 721-722 

Exports: 

Argentina, 1931-36 733-734,740 

Australia, 1931-32 to 1935-56 74? 

Brazil, 1931-35 735 

Canada, av. 1924-28, an. 1929-1936 729,731 

Netherlands, 1931-35 751 

New Zealand, 1931-35 748 

Unicn of South Africa, 1913 4 1 925- • 935 749 

United States, 1931-55 727 

Uruguay, 1931-36 734,742 



Product i on: 

Algeria, 1933-56 

Argentina, 1930-31 to 1936-37 

Austria, 1931-36 

Belgium, 1951-36 

Canada, 1931-36 

Czechoslovakia, 1935-37 

Egypt, 1935-56 

England and Wales, 1953-36 -- 

Finland, 1931-36 

France, 1930-36 

Germany , 1933-36 

Greece, 1931-36 

Irish Free State, 1933-36 --- 

Japan, 1935 4 1936 

Lithuania, 1935 4 1956 

Morocco, 1931-36 

Netherlands, 1931-36 

Norway, 1935 4 1936 

Poland, 1931-36 

Rumania, 1931-36 

Scotland, 1930-36 

Spain, 1935-56 

Specified countries, 1933-36 



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Beef - coot i n jed: 
Import: 

Control, United Kingdom, 1930 742-744 

Duty, United Kingdom, Nov. ! 936 200,764 

I mpor ts: 

France, 1931-35 750 

Germany, 1931-35 750 

Netherlands, 1931-35 751 

United Kingdom, an. 1931-35, Jan. -May 1935 4 1936 U I , 7^6 

United States, 1 93 ' - 36 726,819 

Pr i ces: 

Chicago, 1935 4 1936 272 

New Zealand, 1931-36 748 

United Kingdom, 1931-36 747 

Product i on: 

Canada, av. 1924-28, an. 1 929- 1 935 751 

Principal countries, ev. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 711-712,719-720 

Situation, world, 1 936 709-751 

Subsidy, United Kirgdom, 1934-36 40,110-111 

See a I so Meat; Veal . 

Beer production, United Kingdom, 1934-36 13' 

Bees?/ax: 

Imports, U. S., 1934-35 fi 1935-36 560 

Shipments tc U. S.: 

Hawai i, 1934-35 * 1935-36 670 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 1935-36 676 

Bcet-suger : 
Product i on: 

Europe, av. I92 c 26 to 1929-30, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 204,207 

U.S.S.P., av. 1925-26 to 1929-30, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 204,207 

United States, ev. 1925-26 to 1529-30, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 204,207 

World, 1 90S '910 to 1935-36 204,205,20? 

See also Sugar. 
Be I g i uir: 

Apples, crop prospects, 1936 109 

Barley productior, 1931-36 260,319,388,535 

Beef: 

Consumption per capita, 193 '—33 721 

Production, av. 1 926- ( 930 , an. 1931-35 720 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-30, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 207 

Cattle: 

Number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 714 

Slaughter, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 718 

Hog end pork situation, 1936-37 438 

Hops, area end production, av. 1925-1932, an. 1933-36 415 

Mutton and lamb consumption per capita, 1 93 • — 33 721 

Oats production, 1931-36 260,319,389,536 

Pear crop prospects, 1936 109 

Pork and lard consumption per capita, 1931-33 721 

Rye production, 1931-1936 260,295,319,694 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-3' to 1934-36 211,212 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 4 1934 229 

Stocks, 1932-35 213 

U. S. import quota for, 1 936 215 

Visible supply, June 1933-36 212 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 203 

Veal: 

Consumption per capita, 1931-33 721 

Production, av. 1 926- 1 930 , an. 1931-35 720 

wheat production, 1930-56 53,260,295,319,692 



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Ber I int 

Hog prices, 1955 4 1936 59,121,185,257, 

325,567,421,471, 
541, 621, ?01, 785, 825 

Wheat prices, 1954-35 to 1956-5? — 113,252,365,466, 

616,776 

Beverages: 

Imports, u. S., 1954-55 & 1955-56 569 

Shipments to U. S., Puerto Rico, 1954-55 & 1955-56 677 

Shipments, U. 6., 1954-55 * '935-36, tot 

Alaska 686 

Hawaii 67>4 

Puerto Rico 681 

Virgin Islands 690 

Blood albumen, Dried, imports, U. S., 1 93^-35 & 1935-56 560 

Bolivia, cattle number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-55 715 

Bombay, cashew nuts, prices, Sept. 1956 **8*4 

Bones, hoofs, horns, etc.: 

Imports, U. 8., 1954-35 4 1955-56 560 

Shipments to U. S., Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-56 670 

Bordeaux, walnut prices, I 933-3 1 * to 1955-56 387 

Bradford, wool sales, Aug. 1956 304 

Brazi I i 
Beef i 

Exports, 1951-35 735 

Production, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-55 719 

Cattle: 

Number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1951-55 713,735 

Slaughter, av. 1926-1950, an. 1931-55 717 

Cottont 

Exports, 1956 796 

Production, 1955-56 65, 294,759 

Cottonseed oil production, 1936 808 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1950-31 to 1934-55 210 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1953 & i 93 1 * 229 

0. S. import quota for, 1956 215 

Sugar-cane production, av. 1925-1930, » n - 1932-36 208 

Veal production, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-55 719 

Bread grains. See Grains; Rye; Wheat. 

Brisbane, wool sales, 1 936 3*+? ,U8 1 

Bristles: 

Imports, 0. S., 1954-35 * 1955-56 560 

Re-exports, U. 8., 1934-35 & 1935-36 661,663 

British Guiana; 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1 93 ! -35 713 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, «*>• '933 & 193 1 * 229 

Sugar-cane production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1952-36 208 

British Isles: 

Barley (malting) production, 1955-56 509 

See also United Kingdom. 
British India: 

Cotton exports, av. 1925-1933, 1934-36 307,588,796 

8ugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 211 

Forsign trade, av. 1925-29, *n. 1933 * I93 1 * 229 

Wheat shipments, 1933-34 to 1936-37 58,120,18*4,256, 

321, 366,420, 470, 
540,620,700,782,8211 

See also India. 



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Br i t i sh Ma laya: 
Sugar : 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 250 

U. S. import quota for, 1936 215 

British West Africa. See Africa, British West. 

Broomcorn imports, U. S., 1 93^-35 4 '935-36 569 

Buenos Aires: 

Corn prices, 1935-36 55 , M 6, 1 8 1 , 253, 

320, 3614,4 1 4,46?, 
537,617.695,777,821 

Wheat prices, 1935-36 5>+, M 3, 180,252, 

319, 363, ^15, ^66, 
5311,616,691 ,776,820 

Bulbs, roots, etc.: 

Re-exports, U. S., 1 93>*-35 4 1935-36 665 

Shipments to U. S., Puerto Rico, 1 93**-35 4 1935-36 677 

See also Nursery and greenhouse stock. 
Bui gar ia s 

Barley production, 1933-36 115,388,535 

Beans, Dry, production, 1936 333 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1 925- • 930, an. 1932-36 207 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 714 

Corn production, 1933-36 535 

Hogs, exports, I93H-36 781 

Lard exports, 1 93*+-36 781 

Oats production, 1935-36 115,389,536 

Prunes, production, 1929-1936 377 

Rye production, 1933-36 190,69^ 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 203 

Tobacco area, av. 1929-1933, sn. 1934 & 1935 HI '2 

Wa I nuts: 

Exports, 1929-1930 to 1935-36 ' 384,386 

Production, av. 1929-1934, an. 1932-36 382 

Wheat: 

Production, av. I930-3 1 4, an. 1935-36 53,189,692 

Shipments, I933-3 1 * to 1936-37 58,120,184,256, 

321 ,366,420,470, 
540,620,700,782,824 

See also Danube Basin. 
Butter: 

Consumption, Argentina, 1934-36 399,418 

Exports: 

Argentina, I93H-36 399-400,418 

Australia, 1914-15 to 1 93^-35 282 

Gr ad i ngs: 

Australia, I933-3 1 * to 1956-37 H17, ^69,539, 619, 

699,780,823 

New Zealand, I953-5 1 * to 1936-37 57,119,183,255, 

322,350,4 1 7,^69, 
539,619,699,780,823 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Prices, principal markets, 1935 & 1 936 57,119,183,255, 

322, 3H9, 416, 468, 
538,618,698,779,822 

Product i on: 

Argentina, 1934-36 399-^00 , »4 1 8 

Australia, 1914-15 to 1934-35 282 

Stocks, Argentina, 1934-36 399,41s 

See also Dairy products. 



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Cacao beans: 

Imports, U. S., 193^-35 & 1935-36 21 , 175,55'+, 570, 

614,774 

Re-exports, u. S., 1934-55 * 1935-36 661,663 

Shipments to U. S., Puerto Rico, 1934-35 & 1935-36 — 6?6 

California prunes, production. 1929-1936 377 

Calves. See Cattle. 

Canada! 

Agricultural trade with U. $., i 936 163-169,246-251, 

351-362,521-533, 
641-649,809-818 

Apples: 

Crop, 1936 707 

Export control, Sept. 1 936 456 

Exportable surplus, 1936 335 

Exports, 1955 a 1956 631-632 

Prices, 1935-36 456 

Production, 1935-36 555,374-375 

Bar I ey : 

Area, 1935-36 1 1 4,25 1 ,288,526,578 

Condition, July 1951-56 251 

Exports, 1955-34 to 1936-37 55,116,181,253, 

320,364,414,467, 
537,617,695,777,821 

Production, 1931-56 526,588,555,578,695 

Stocks, July 1954-56 251 

Beef: 

Consumption per capita, 1932-55 721 

Exports, av. 1924-28, an. 1929-1955 729,731 

Production, av. 1924-28, an. 1929-1935 — 719,731 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-56 207 

Cattle: 

Exports, av. 1924-28, an. 1929-1955 729,751 

Number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-56 715,750 

Prices, 1952-56 729 

Slaughter, av. 1924-28, an. 1929-1955 717,751 

Corn area, 1955-56 114,288 

Crop conditions, 1 936 2,188 

F I axseed: 

Area, 1955 & 1936 — — 231,326,578 

Condition, July 1931-1956 251 

Production, 1931-36 326,578,695 

Stocks, July 1954-36 231 

Fruit production, 1935 4 1936 375,397,707 

Grains: 

Crop conditions, June 1936 28 

Production, 1 936 455 

Hay production, 1955 & 1 956 - 526 

Mutton and I anb consumption per capita, 1952-35 721 

Oats: 

Area, 1935-36 114,231,526,578 

Condition, July 1931-56 251 

Exports, 1933-34 to 1936-37 55, 1 16^181 ,253, 

520,564,414,467, 
557,617,695,777,821 

Production, 1951-36 326,388,556,578,695 

Stocks, July 1954-56 251 

Peaches, crop, 1 936 707 

Pears, imports, 1955-56 246 



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Plums, imports, 1935-36 2*46 

Pork and lard consumption, 1932-35 721 

Potatoes, production, av. 1 930-3*4, an. 1935-36 *457 

Rye: 

Area, 1935-36 251,526,578 

Condition, July 1931-36 231 

Production, 1931-36 190, 526, 5*41 ,578, 

625,695,69*4 

Stocks, July I93M6 231 

Sugar : 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1 93**-35 210 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1935 4 1 93H 229 

Stocks, 1932-35 213 

U. S. import quota for, 1956 215 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, an. 1951-56 205 

Tobacco: 

Area, 1935 4 1 936 — — 265 

Production, 1935 265 

Trade agreement with I). S., Agricultural trade under, 1936 *43-*48 

Wheat: 

Area, 1935 4 1936 231,326,578 

Crop condition, 1931-56 28,6*1,101-102,125, 

I »»2, 25 1, 255-256, 
295-296 

Crop prospects, June 1956 5 

Production, 1951-36 1 89,326,3'* 1 ,578, 

625,692,695 

Shipments, 1933-37 58 , 1 20, 1 8*4,256,521 , 

566,*»20,»»70,5 l »0, 
62Q,700,?82,82*» 

Stocks, July I93H-36 231 

Veal: 

Consumption per capita, 1932-55 <- 721 

Production, av. 1 926- 1 930, an. 1931-55 719 

Cane-sugar, production: 

Asia, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36 20*4,208 

Australia, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-56 20*4,209 

Europe, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36 20*4,208 

North and Central America, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-56 20*4,207-208 

World, av. 1925-1930, an. 1952-36 20*1,207-209 

See also Sugar. 
Cashew nuts: 
Exports: 

Indi-a, 1935-56 *485 

Portugese India, 1952-5*4 , *48*4 

Imports, India, 1955-56 *482-*l85 

Prices, Bombay, Sept. 1 936 *48*4 

Production, India, 1935-36 *482,*483 

See also Nuts. 
Cattle: 

Exports: 

Canada, av. 192*4-28, an. 1929-1955 729,751 

United States, l95 I 4-35 4 1935-36 I 7, 1 7 1 , 509,»4*40 

607,767 

Import quotas: 

Germany, 1 936 *42,708 

United States, 1 936 269-272, *480, 525- 

52*4,725,72*4 

Imports, U. S.. 1951-56 Each issue 

Number: 

Canada, 1930-36 750 

England and Wales, 1955 & 1 936 1*42 



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Number - continued: 

Scotland, 1935 4 1 936 142 

World, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 710-711,713-71? 

Pr ices: 

Argentina, 1935 & 1936 738-739 

Canada, 1932-36 729 

United States, 1931-36 728 

Suotas filled, U. S., Aug. 1936 247 

Sales, Argentina, 1927-1935 736 

Shipments to U. S., Virgin Islands, 1935-36 669,687 

SJ aughter : 

Argentina, 1926-1955 736-737 

Canada, av. 1924-28, an. 1929-1935 73 1 

Exporting countries, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 717-718 

Importing countries, av. 1 926- 1 930 , an. 1931-35 718 

Uruguay, 1929-1936 347,365,451,741 

S i tuat i on: 

Germany, 1 936 598 

World, 1936 709-751 

Stockyard receipts, Uruguay, 1932-36 ?4l 

Central America. See America, Central. 

Cereal breakfast foods, imports, U. S., 1935 4 1936 46,249,530,647, 

81 1,814 

Cey I on: 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1931-35 7 1 5 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-1929, an. 1933 & 1934 230 

Cheese: 

Cheddar: 

Imports from Canada, U. S., av. 1925-29, an. 1935 4 '936 - 12,15,165,168,553- 

354,356,359,524-525, 
642,644,81 1 ,813,814 

Production, U. S., av. 1925-29, an. 1935 4 1936 15,168,356 

Exports, Australia, 1914-15 to 1934-35 282 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Imports, U. S., 1954-35 * 1955-36 15,168,550,552, 

554,556,647 

Production, Australia, 1914-15 to 1934-35 282 

See also Dairy products. 

Cherries, Brined, production prospects, Italy and France, 1936 127-128 

Chicago: 

Beef prices, 1934-36 2?2 

Corn and oats prices, 1935 4 1936 55, 1 16, 181 ,253,320, 

364,414,467,557,617, 
695,777,821 

Wheat prices, 1934-35 4 1955-36 54,113,180,252,319, 

363,413,466,534,616, 
691 ,776,820 

Chi le: 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1931-35 713 

Honeydew melons, export quota for Ne* York, 1936-37 760-761 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 4 1934 230 

China: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-56 208 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 7 » 5 

Cotton: 

Consumption, 1955 4 1936 301,302 

Imports, 1934-35 4 1955-36 67,243,543,544,478, 

628,789,790 

Prices, 1936 68,245,542,545, 

477,629,791 



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China - continjed: 

Cotton - continjed: 

Production, 1935-36 67,2142,342,1476 

Situation, 1935 342 

Stocks, 1935 4 1936 302,629 

Flour imports, 1933-34 to 1935-36 126,425 

Foodstuffs, movement facilitated, 1936 765 

0 i I seeds and oils: 

Exports, 1935 4 1936 198 

Production, 1 936 197 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 211 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 229 

Import duties, I 923- '936 137-139 

Imports, 1909-1935 136 

U. S. import quota for, 1 936 215 

Sugar-cane: 

Area, 1935 1 36 

Production, 1935 134-139 

Tobacco: 

Area, 1936 55 

Consumption, 1 936 546-548 

Exports, 1935-36 791 

Government aid, 1936 37 

Import prospects, 1936 36-37 

Imports, 1936-37 547,791 

Prices, 1956-37 792 

Production, 1935 4 1936 35,547,791 

Wheat: 

Area, I 936 - 705 

Crop conditions, 1 936 705,787 

Imports, 1933-34 to 1935-36 126,425 

Market conditions, 1936 Each issue 

Prices, 1936 Each issue 

Production, 1935 4 1936 425 

Chocol ate: 

Exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 --- 491 

Imports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 570 

Re-exports, U. S., 1934-55 4 1935-56 663 

Shipments to U. S., Puerto Ric.o, 1934-35 4 1935-36 676 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1934-35 4 1935-56 684 

Hawaii, 1954-55 4 1935-36 6?2 

Puerto Rico, 1934-55 4 1955-56 679 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 688 

Chosen (Korea): 

Cattle number, av. I 926- 1 930 , an. 1931-55 7 • 6 

Rice area, production, and exports, I9'5-I6 to 1954-55 96 

Tobacco: 

Area and production, 1956 55 

Import prospects, 1936 36 

Citrus fruit: 

Crop prospects, Mediterranean Basin, 1936-57 582-583 

Exports, U. S., 1935 4 1936 43 

Juices, imports, U. S., 1934-36 569 

Production, Mediterranean Basin, 1936-57 109 

See also Fruit; Grapefruit; Lemonsj Oranges. 
Cocoa: 

Exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1955-56 — 491 

Imports, U. S., 1954-35 4 1935-36 317,447,570 

Re-exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 663 



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Cocoa - continued: 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 193^-35 4 1935-36 — 684 

Hawaii, 193^-35 & 1935-36 672 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 !935-56 679 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 688 

Coconut oil: 

Imports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 552,553,565 

See also Oils, Vegetable. 

Coconuts, shipments to U. S., Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 1935-36 676 

Coffee: 

Exports, u. 8., 1934-35 4 1935-36 18,172,491 

Imports, u. S., 1934-35 4 1955-36 21,175,315,445,554, 

561 ,570,612,614,772, 
774 

Re-exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 661,663 

Shipments to U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36: 

Hawa i i 670 

Puerto Rico 676 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1934-35 4 1935-36 684 

Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-36 672 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 1955-36 679 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 688 

Col omb i a: 

Cattle nuisber, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 713 

Sugar, U. S. import quota for, 1936 215 

Sugar-cane production, av. 1925-30, an. 1932-33 to 1955-36 208 

Copenhagen butter prices, 1935-36 57,119,183,255,322, 

349,416,468,538,618, 
698,779,822 

Cork: 

Imports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-56 575 

Re-exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 666 

Corn: 
Area: 

Argentina, 1926-27 to 1935-56 107,114,413 

Canada, 1933-36 288 

Danube Basin, 1 936 262-263 

Europe, 1933-36 288 

Morocco, 1933-36 288 

Specified countries, 1933-36 106,114,288 

United States, 1933-36 288 

Yugoslavia, 1930-36 503,506 

Crop condition, Argentina, Nov. 1 936 624 

Exportable surplus: 

Argentina, 1935-36 124,263,373.508 

Danube Basin, 1935-36 263,373 

Exports: 

Argentina, 1926-27 to 1935-36 114,413,508 

Principal countries, 1933-34 to 1936-37 55,116,181,253,320, 

364, 4114,467, 557, 
617,695,777,821 

United States, 1934-36 14,58,120,163,169, 

184,256,321 ,366,420, 
470,540,620,700,782, 
824 

Harvesting conditions, Argentina, 1936 5,106 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Import quotas for Yugoslav, Germany, 1956 708 

Imports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 552,562 



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Corn - continued: 
Pr ices: 

Argentina, 1 956 10? 

Buenos Aires and Chicago, 1955-34 to 1936-37 — - 55i I 16, 181 ,253,320, 

364,4114,467,537,617, 
695,777,821 

Product i on: 

Argentina, 1926-27 to 1935-36 62,106,114,413, 

452,508 

Austria, 1935 4 1936 - 652 

Czechoslovakia, 1955 4 1936 544 

France, 1935 4 1936 704 

Hungary, 1953-36 370,389 

Italy, 1935 4 1936 - - 754 

Manchuria, 1933-36 --- 389,400 

Rumania, 1953-36 389,578 

Specified countries, 1953-56 389,535 

Yugoslavia, 1950-36 505,506 

Supplies, Argentina, 1936 106-107 

See also Grains. 
Costa Rico: 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 713 

Sugar, U. S. import quota for, 1936 215 

Cotton: 
Area: 

Australia, 1923-24 to 1934-55 286 

India, 1955-56 4 1956-57 254,544,545,478 

Yugoslavia, 1955 4 1936 506 

Cloth exports, Japan, 1935 & 1936 196 

Consumpt i on: 

China, 1935 4 1 936 301,302 

Italy, 1935-56 806-807 

Japan, July 1935 4 1 936 352 

World, 1935 4 1936 326 

Crop conditions, U.S.S.R., 1 936 301 

Deliveries, Shanghai, 1934-55 to 1955-56 244, 344, 4?8, 628 

Exports: 

British India, av. 1923-1955, an. 1954-56 507,588 

Egypt, av. 1925-1953, an. 1934-1956 508,588 

United States, av. 1925-1955, an. '954-56 6,16,18,24,170,172, 

178,507,313,441,445, 
485,492,587,608,610, 
768,770 

Ginnings, Egypt, 1955 4 1936 452,582,788 

Imports: 

China, 1934-55 to 1935-36 67,245,545,544,478, 

628,789,790 

Europe, 1953-34 to 1935-36 300 

Japan, 1934-55 to 1955-36 66,195,196,351, 

510,51 1,629,650, 
759,760,778 

United States, 1934-36 — 21,175,315,445, 

612,772 

Index numbers of exports, U. S., 1921-1936 7,152,305,432,488, 

586,765-766 

International trade, 1934-56 - 455-454,587-588, 

796-798 

Market situation, Europe, 1955-1956 299 

Mill takings, Japan, 1 935 & 1 936 197,778 



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Pr i ces: 

China, 1936 68,243,3 l *2,3 1 *3, 

477,629,791 

Liverpool, 1936 56, 108, I 18, 1 82,254, 

308, 365, 416, 468, 538, 
618,698,779,822 

Product i on: 

Australia, 1923-24 to 1934-35 286 

Brazil, 1934-37 65,294,759,760 

China, 1935-36 67,242,342,476 

Egypt, 1935-36 4 1936-37 754 

U.S.S.R., 1936 301 

Production prospects, India, 1936-37 806 

Re-exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 661,663 

Self-sufficiency policy, Australia, 1920-1936 285 

Sh i pments: 

Puerto Rico, to U. S., 1954-35 & 1935-36 676 

U. S., to Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-36 672 

S i tua t i on: 

China, 1936 542 

Europe, Oct. I 936 654 

Stocks: 

China, 1935 4 1936 302,629,790 

Europe, 1935 4 1936 300,655 

Japan, (935 4 »936 631,778 

Texti le situation: 

Europe, 1935-36 107-109,297-299, 

788-789 

Japan, May I936 65-66 

Cottonseed: 
Exports: 

China, 1935 4 1936 1 98 

Manchuria, 1935 & 1 936 199 

Oil: 

Exports, China, 1935 & 1 936 1 98 

Production, Brazil, 1 936 808 

See a I so Oil seeds. 

Creaa: 

Inport duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

l«ports,U. S., 1935 4 1936 11,14,166,167,354, 

359,525,530,647, 
81 1,814 

See also Dairy products. 

Crop and market prospects Each issue 

Cuba: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36 208 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 713 

Lard: 

Import duty, 1936 -- — 378-379 

Imports of American, 1933-36 378 

Prices, 1936 — 378-379 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 210 

Exports, 1950-35 — 225 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 4 1934 229 

Prices, 1930-36 - 224 

Production, 1 909- I 9 1 0 to 1935-36 205,218,224 

Stocks, 1932-36 213,225 

U. S. import quotas, 1935 4 1936 214 

Visible supply, 1933-36 212 



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Cuba - continued* 
Toaatoes: 

Export proapecta, 1956-37 761,793 

Shipments to U. S. , 1 936 761 

Vegetablea, exports to U. $., 1935-36 & 1936-37 656 

Cucuabera, exports, Cuba to U. 8., 1935-36 & 1 936-37 656 

Currantat 

Area, Auatralia, 1 92H-25 to 1954-55 283 

Exports, Auatralia, 1 924-25 to 1954-55 285 

Production: 

Auatralia, 1924-25 to 1934-35 148,283 

Greece, 1955 * 1936 148 

See alao Fruit. 
Czechoslovakia: 

Barley: 

Area, 1936 & 1957 294 

Condition, June 1956 5 

Production, 1955-56 526,388,555,544 

Bcaf and veal: 

Consuaption per capita, 1952-54 > ■ 722 

Production, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-55 720 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-1950, an. 1952-56 207 

Cattle: 

Huaber, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-55 714 

Slaughter, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-55 718 

Corn production, 1955-56 555,544 

Cotton textile situation, 1955-56 298 

Fruit crop prospects, 1956 245 

Graina: 

Govari.aental aeaaures, 1934-1940 240-241 

Monopoly, 1934-1940 240-241 

Hog and pork eituation, 1936-57 458,599-600 

Hopa, area and production, av. 1925-1952, an. 1955-56 415 

Mutton and laab consuaption per capita, 1952-54 — 722 

Oata: 

Area, 1956 4 1957 294,526 

Condition, June 1956 5 

Production, 1955-56 — 326,589,556,544 

Pork and lard consuaption per capita, 1952-54 722 

Potatoea, production, 1955,1956 544 

Rye: 

Area, 1936 & 1957 294,526 

Production, 1955-56 — 526,541,544,694 

Sugar: 

Consuaption, 1950-51 to 1954-56 211,212 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1955 & 1954 229 

Production, 1909-1910 to 1955-56 205-206 

Stocka, 1952-55 — 213 

U. 8. iaport quota for, 1956 215 

Visible supply, 1955-56 212 

Sugar beeta: 

Area, av. 1925-29, an. 1951-56 205 

Production, 1935 & 1 936 578 

Tobacco eituation, 1936 410 

fheat: 

Area., 1936 4 1957 294,526 

Production, av. 1950-54, an. 1935 4 1956 55,189,526,544,692 



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Dairy products: 

Export control, New Zealand, Aug. 1 936 3M8 

Exports, U. S., 1934-55 4 1955-36 17,171,309,^0, 

1*89,607,767 

Government bounties, Australia 281 

Imports, U. S., 193^-35 4 1935-56 20, 25, 46, l ?M, I 79, 

247,249,314,518,444, 
448,554,556,611,615, 
771,775 

Prices, New Zealand, 1 936 548 

Re-exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 662 

Shipments, U. S., tot 

Alaska, 1934-35 4 1935-36 683 

Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-36 671 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 1935-36 677-678 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 687 

See also Butter; Cheese; Cream; Milk. 
Danube Basin: 
Bar I ey t 

Exportable surplus, 1935-36 374 

Exports, 1933-34 to 1936-37 55,116,181,253,320, 

364,414,467,557, 
617,695,777,821 

Beans, Dry: 

Exportable surplus, 1936-37 333 

Production, 1935 & 1936 352-333,581-582 

Corni 

Area, 1 936 262-263 

Expansion of acreage, 1936 552 

Exportable surplus, 1955-36 263,575 

Exports, 1933-34 to 1936-57 55,116,181,255,320, 

364,414,467,557, 
617,695,777,821 

Fruit, production, 1 936 147-148 

Hogs: 

Export situation, 1936 762 

Exports, 1934-36 304,598-599,419, 

765-764,781 

Feeding activities, 1 936 764 

Number, 1936 -- 305 

Situation, 1956 - 303 

Lard: 

Exports, 1954-36 505,398-399,419,550, 

762-763,781 

Situation, 1 936 550,762 

Oats, exports, 1933-34 to 1956-37 -- 55,116,181,255,520, 

564,414,467,557, 
617,695,777,821 

Rye: 

Area, 1955-36 257-258 

Exportable surplus, 1955-36 4 1936-37 233,593 

Exports, av. 1950-31 to 1954-35, an. 1935-36 238 

Production, 1933-36 237-238,595,694 

Stocks, July 1936 238 

Wheat: 

Exportable surplus, 1931-32 193 

Production, av. 1930-34, an. (935-36 55,653,692 



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Danube Basin - continued: 
Wheat - continued: 

Shipments, 1935-37 — 58, 1 20, 184, 256, 321 , 

366,420, 470, 540, 620, 
700,782,824 

Dates: 

Exports, Iraq, 1936 345 

Prices, Iraq, 1936 345 

Production prospects: 

Algeria, 1956 345-346 

Iran (Persia), 1 936 345-346 

Iraq, 1936 345-346 

See also Fr u i t . 
Denmark: 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-30, an. 1932-33 to 1935-56 207 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 714 

Fat situation, 1956 — 592-594 

Fruit, crop prospects, 1936 245 

Hogs: 

Numbers, 1933-36 602 

Situation, 1936-37 439,592-594 

Slaughter, 1936-37 265 

Supply situation, Aug. 1936 268 

Pork situation, 1936-37 439 

Rye production, 1933-36 453,694 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 211 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an, 1933 & 1934 230 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 203 

Tobacco: 

Government control measures, 1932-36 333-334 

Imports, 1932-35 334,408 

Situation, Sept. 1936 408 

Trade agreement with Germany, 1936 42 

Wheat production, 1930-36 53,341,692 

Dominican Republic: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-30, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 208 

Cattle number, av. 1 926-1930, an. 1931-35 713 

Sugar : 

Foreign trade, av . 1 525-29, an. 1933 & 1934 229 

U. S. import quota for, 1 936 215 

Drugs, herbs, roots, etc.: 

Exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1535-36 19,173,311,442, 

498,609,769 

Imports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 25,177,317,447, 

569,614,774 

Re-exports, u. S., 1934-35 & 1935-36 — - 665 

Dutch East Indies: r 

Cattle number, av. 1 926- 1930, an. 1931-35 7 1 6 

Sugar, U. S. import quota for, 1936 215 

Dutch Guiana, sugar-cane production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-30, an. 1932-33 to 

1935-36 208 

Dutch West Indies, sugar, U. S. import quota for, 1936 215 

Dyeing end tanning materials: 

Exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 498 

Imports, u. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 575 

Re-exports, u. S., 1934-35 & 1935-36 666 



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Ecuador: 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 - ? I 3 

Sugar-cane production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1933-36 208 

Eggplant exports to U. S., Cuba, 1935-3? 656 

Eggs: 

Exports, U. S., l95»*-35 4 1935-36 I4,l7,»<it,l6»4,l69, 

171, 2*47,309, 353, M»0, 
522,528,607,61+5, 
767,809,816 

Import quotas for Yugoslav, Germany 708 

Imports, U. S., I934-35 4 1935-36 15,20,25, 168, 1 7*4 , 

179, ^8 

Shipments, U. S., I93H-35 4 1935-36, to: 

Alaska 683 

Hawaii 67 1 

Puerto Rico 678 

Eggs and egg products! 

Exports, U. 8., 1935-36 M89 

Imports, U. S., l93»*-35 4 1935-36 51*4,318,557,611, 

615,771,775 

Re-exports, U. S., 193*4-35 & 1935-36 662 

Shipments, U. S., to Hawaii, 193^-35 4 1935-36 6? I 

Egypt: 

Barley production, 1933-36 2,314,115,388,535 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-30, an. 1932-36 209 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 715 

Cotton: 

Exports, av. 1923-1932, an. 193*4-36 308,588,796 

Ginnings, 1935 & 1 936 "452,582,788 

Production, 1935-36 & 1936-37 75U 

Oats production, 1933-36 35,389,536 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1 93*+-35 -- 211 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, 1933 4 193*4 230 

Wheat production, 1933-36 2,371,693 

Eng I and: 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1932-33 to 1935-36 212 

Stocks, 1932-35 213 

Visible supply, 1933-36 212 

Walnuts, prices, 1935 4 1936 387 

See a-leo British Isles; England and Wales; United Kingdom. 
England and Wales: 

Bar I ey 1 

Area, 1931-36 - 1*42,180 

Production, 1933-36 288,326,388,535 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-36 I »42,7 • 3 

Hogs, number, June 1936 ,l *2 

Hops: 

Area, av. 1925-1932, «n. 1933-36 415 

Production, av. 1928-1932, an. 1933-36 — *4l5 

Horses, number, June 1936 1*42 

Mi Ik: 

Prices, I933-3 1 * to 1936-37 636-638 

Utilization. I933-3 1 * to 1936-37 639 

Oats: 

Area, 1931-36 1*42,180 

Production, 1933-36 326,389,536 



England ard Wales - continued: 

Potatoes, area, 1931-36 142,180 

Sheep, number, June 1936 : I M2 

Sugar beets, area, 1931-36 142,180 

Wheat: 

Area, 1931-36 142,180 

Prices, 1934-35 to 1936-37 113,252,363, 

466,616,776 

Production, 1933-36 326,453,692 

See also British Isles; England; United Kingdom. 

Eritrea, cattle number, av, 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 715 

tston i a: 

Barts >roduction, 1933-36 368,535 

Cattle aber, av. 19^6-1930, an. 1931-35 714 

F ox sed production, 1935 4 1936 578 

Oats, production, ! 93 3-36 389,536 

Rye ductun, 1933-36 — 190,475,694 

Wheat production, av. 1930-54, an. 1935-36 53, 189,692 

Ethiopia, cattle r»n»ber, av. l926-'930, en. 1931-35 7 1 »♦ 

E -T e p i : 
Barley: 

Area, 1933-36 114,288 

Production, 1933-36 388,535 

Beet-sugar production, an. 1926-1930, an. 1 933-36 204,207 

Bread-grain situation, 1 936-3? 1 90- 1 9 ! 

Cane-sugar, production, av. 1926-1930, an. 1933-36 204,208 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1951-35 713-714 

Corns 

Area, 1933-36 114,288 

Production, 1933-36 - 389,535 

Cotton: 

Imports, S935-36 300 

Market situation 1935-36 299 

Situation, Oct. i 956 654 

Stocks, 1935 i 19^6 300,655 

Textile situation ,{ >?5 3f 297-2«9,788-78'> 

Fat situation, I936 589-606 

Fruit, crop prospects, 1936 ■ 109,244-245 

Hogs: 

Outlook, 1936-37 435-439 

Situation, 1 936 589-606 

Supply situation, 1936-37 479-480 

Hops: 

Area, av. 1925-1932, an. 1933-36 415 

Crop prospects, 1 936 126-127 

Production, av. 1928-1932, an. 1933-36 415 

Situation, 1936 ^ 394-39? 

Oats: 

Area, 1935-36 I 14 

Produc+icn, 1933-36 389,536 

Perks 

Outiook, 1936-37 — 435-439 

Prices, i935 & { 936 5I4 1 

Prunes: 

Exportable surplus, 1936-37 378 

Production, 1929-1936 376-377 

Rye production, 1935-36 542,694 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-3! to 1334-35 211 

S+acks, 1932-35 213 



Europe - continued! 
Sugar - continued! 

Visible supply, 1933-36 212 

Sugar beet», area, «v. 1925-29, an. 1931-56 203 

Textile situation, June 1 936 107-109 

Tobaccot 

Outlook of American, 1936 *»0l-*»02 

Proapecte for American, 1936-3? 79*-795 

Situation, Sept. 1936 HO I -U 1 2 

Walnuts: 

Exports, 1929-30 to 1935-36 — 383-38M86 

Production and aarket prospects, 1936 382-387 

Wheat! 

Crop condition, 1 936 29-30,191 

Government aid, June 1936 ■- 31-32 

Import prospects, 1936-37 192 

Market conditions, 1935-36 30,192,756 

Production, 1930-36 30,53,327,653,692 

Shipments, 1953-36 58,I20,I8»»,256,52I, 

366,»»20,H70,5«i0, 
620, 700, 782, 82M 

Situation, 1956 29,528,579-581,755 

Sowing conditions, 1936 755 

Wool textile situation, 1956 129-150,269,512,658 

Exchange rates, Foreign, 1956 59,121,185,257,523, 

567,»»2l,«i7l,5 l »l, 
621, 70!, 785, 825 



Exports. See individual commodities and countries. 



Fati 

Situation, Europe, 1956 589-606 

8uppl lea, 6er«any , 1936-37 l | »9,3 , »6 

See also Oils and fats, Aniaal. 

Fat backs, laport quotas for Yugoslav, 6 era any , I936 708 

Feathers, Crude, iaports, U. 8., I 93^-35 4 1955-36 — 560 

Feed grains. See Barley; Corn] Grafnsj Oats. 

Feeds and fodderst 

Exports, U. S., l95>*-35 * 1955-56 "»5H 

Iaports, U. 8., l95>«-55 * 1955-56 21,175,315,^15, 

565,612,772 

8hipaents, U. S., tot 

Alasks, l95»»-55 * 1955-56 685 

Hawaii, l95>»-55 4 "955-56 675 

Puerto Rico, 193**-35 * 1955-56 680 

Virgin Islands, 1955-36 689 

See also Grains; Hay. 
Fibers, Vegetable: 

laporta, u. 8., l95>»-55 4 1955-56 23,«77,3I?,M»7,55«>. 

561 ,570,6IH,77H 

Re-exports, U. 8., I95H-55 4 1955-56 665 

See slso Cotton; Flax; Heap; Juts. 
Figs: 

Production prospects, 8ayrna, 1956 ~ 5**0 

See also Fruit. 
Fiji: 

Cane-augar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1950, «n. 1952-55 to 1955-56 209 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, '955 4 1 9 5* 229 



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Fi Ibertsz 

Exports, Spain, 1 936 267 

Imports, U. S., 1929-1930 to 1935-36 290-291 

Prices, New York, 1934-36 291 

Product i on: 

Italy, 1935-36 266 

Spain, 1936 266 

Turkey, 1935 4 1 936 266,26? 

Supp lies: 

Italy, 1935-36 266-267 

Spain, 1935-36 267 

Turkey, 1936 267 

See also Nuts. 
F i n I and: 
Bar I ey : 

Area, 1931-36 28,97 

Production, 1931-36 97,115,388,535 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-30, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 20? 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 7I 1 * 

Fruit crop prospects, 1936 245 

Oats: 

Area, I 93 I -36 28,97 

Production, 1931-36 97,115,389,536 

Potatoes, production, 1935 & 1 936 188 

Rye: 

Area, 1931-36 28,97 

Production, 1931-36 97, 190,371 ,694 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1 93** 230 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, an. 1 93 1 -36 203 

Tobacco situation, 1 936 40? 

Wheat: 

Area, 1931-36 28,97 

Production, av. I930-5 1 *, an. 1935 & 1 936 53,97,189,371,692 

Flavoring extracts, imports, U. S. , 1934-35 4 1935-36 569 

Flax: 
Area: 

Netherlands, 1935 4 1936 28 

Yugoslavia, 1955-36 506 

Production, Lithuania, 1935 4 1936 474 

See also Fibers, Vegetable. 
F I axeeed: 
Area: 

Argentina, 1931-32 to 1936-37 290,424,786,799,803 

Canada, 1935 4 1956 231,526,578 

Lithuania, 1951-56 254 

Netherlands, 1951-56 97 

Crop conditions: 

Argentina, 1956-57 474,624 

Canada, July 1951-56 251 

Imports, U. S., 195^-55 4 1955-56 552,564 

Production: 

Argentina, 1950-51 to 1935-36 — 2,54,786,799,803 

Canada, 1951-56 526,578,695 

Estonia, 1 936 578 

Lithuania, 1935 4 1936 474 

Netherlands, 1 935 4 1936 234 

Rumania, 1955 4 1956 578 

Stocks, Canada, 1954-56 251 

See also Linseed; Oilseeds. 



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Flour: 

Exports: 

Australia, 1 9 1 1915 to 1933-54 280 

United States, 1934-36 - 58,120,184,256,521, 

366,420,470,540, 
620,700,782,824 

Import prospects, Manchuria, 1936-37 ■ 804 

I mports: 

China, 1933-34 to 1935-36 — 126,425 

Japan, 1933-54 to 1935-36 425 

Manchuria, 1933-34 to 1935-36 425 

Prices, Shanghai, 1936 35,330,572-373, 

546,787 

Shipments to U. S., Virgin Islands, 1935-56 687 

See also Rye; Wheat. 

Foodstuffs, movement facilitated, China, 1936 765 

Foreign exchange rates, 1936 59,121,185,257,323, 

367,421,471,541, 
621,701,783,825 

Forest products: 

Exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 498-502 

Imports, U. S., 1934-35 A 1935-36 573-575 

Re-exports, U. S., 1934-35 * '935-36 666 

Shipments to U. S., Alaska, 1934-36 683 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1934-35 4 1935-36 686 

Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-36 675 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 & 1935-36 682 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 690 

Formosa, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 716 

France: 

Apple crop prospects, 1936 109 

Barley production, 1930-36 452,503,535 

Beef: 

Consumption per capita, 1933-35 721 

Imports, 1931-35 — 750 

Production, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 719 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1926-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 207 

Cattle: 

Number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 714 

Slaughter, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 718 

Cherries, Brined, production prospects, 1936 127-128 

Corn crop prospects, 1935-36 704 

Cotton textile situation, 1936 108 

Fruit crop prospects, 1936 245 

Hops: 

Area, av. 1925-1932, an. 1933-36 415 

Production, av. 1928-1932, an. 1933-36 415 

Mutton and lamb consumption per capita, 1933-35 721 

Oats production, 1930-36 - 452,503,536 

Olive oil production, av. 1928-29 to 1933-34, an. 1934-35 4 1935-36 50,380 

Oranges, Quota granted American, Sept. 1956 345 

Pears, crop prospects, 1936 109 

Pork and lard consumption per capita, 1933-35 721 

Potatoes, crop prospects, 1935-36 704 

Prunes, production, 1929-1936 377 

Rye production, 1930-36 452,453,475,503,694 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-36 211,212 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 4 1934 229 

Production, 1909-1910, to 1935-36 205-206 

Stocks, 1932-35 213 

United States import quota for, 1936 215 

Visible supply, 1953-36 212 



26 



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Prance - continued: 
Sugar beets: 

Area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 203 

Crop prospects, 1935-36 704 

Tobacco situation, 1936 4 1 0 

Trade barriers lowered, 1956 424 

Veal: 

Consumption per capita, 1935-35 721 

Production, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-55 720 

fa I nuts: 

Exports, 1929-1930 to 1935-56 383, 384, 386 

Prices, I933-3 1 * to 1935-36 387 

Production, av. I929-I95 1 *, an. 1952-36 382 

Wheat: 

6overn»ent control measures, 1936 328,658-660 

Uports, 1930-31 to l95 l «-35 157 

Milling in bond revived, 1936 659 

National Board, 1956 513-520 

Production, av. I930-3 1 *, an. 1935-36 55, 452, 475, 503, 692 

French Caaeron, cattle nuaber, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 715 

French Equatorial Africa, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. I93U55 715 

French West Africa, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 7I 1 * 

French Indo-China, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 716 

French Morocco, olive oil production, av. 1928-29 to 1933-34, an. 1954-35 4. 

1935-36 50,380 

French Sudan, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an, 1931-35 714 

Fruit: 

Crop prospects: 

Europe, 1936 - 109,244-245 

Puerto Rico, 1956-57 38 

Export index nunbers, U. S., 1 93^-36 6-7,152,305,432, 

586,766 

Exports: 

Argentina, 1935 4 '956 148 

United States, l93 1 *-36 12,14,18,24,43,45, 

165-164,169,172,178, 
247,248,310,512,552, 
558,441,445,486,488, 
492-493, 522-525, 529 
608,610,641,646,768, 
770,809,817 

(■porta, U. S., 1934-55 4 1935-36 21,46,175,249,315, 



517,559,445,550,561- 
562,571,612,614,642, 
647,772,774,811,814 

374-375,597,707 
147-148 
663 

670 
676 
687 

684-685 
672 
679 
688 



45,248,558,529, 
646,817 
569 



Production: 

Canada, 1 935 4 1956 

Danube Basin, I956 

Re-exports, U. S., 1954-55 4 1955-36 ■ 

Shipments to U. S.: 

Hawaii, 1 934-55 4 1955-56 

Puerto Rico, 1954-55 4 1955-56 
Virgin Islands, 1955-56 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1934-35 4 1955-56 

Hawaii, 1954-55 4 1935-36 

Puerto Rico, 1 93 l +-35 4 1955-56 -— 
Virgin Islands, 1955-56 

See also specific fruit. 
Fruit juices: 

Exports to Canada, U. S., 1955 4 1956 

Imports, U. S., 1954-55 4 1935-56 



2? 



Pago 

1 



Oelatln iaports, U. 8., 1934-36 560 

6eraany t 

Bacon, i apart quotas for Yugoslav, 1936 708 

Barley: 

Area, 1 936 5 

Prices, l93"»-35 to 1936-37 238-239 

Production, 1955-36 62,115,188,288, 

388,535 

Beans, iaport quotas for Yugoslav, 1936 708 

Beef: 

Consumption per capita, 1933-35 ■ 721 

Imports, 1931-35 ' 750 

Production, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 720 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36 207 

Cattle: 

Iaport quotas for Yugoslav, 1936 708 

Number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 714 

Slaughter, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 718 

Corn, import quotas for Yugoslav, 1936 708 

Cotton textile situation, 1936 108 

Eggs , import quotas for Yugoslav, 1936 708 

Fat: 

Situation, 1 936 596-599 

Supplies, 1936 — — 149, 3H6 

Fat backs, import quotas for Yugoslav, 1936 708 

Fruit, crop prospects, 1936 245 

Grains, Governmental measures, 1936-37 238-240 

Hogs: 

Import quotas for Yugoslav, 1936 708 

Increased production, 1935 & 1 936 479 

Nuaber, 1952-37 2,111-112,592,602 

Situation, 1936-37 437-438,596-599 

Hops: 

Area, av. 1925-1952, an. 1933-36 415 

Production, av. 1928-1932, an. 1933-36 415 

Lard consuaption per capita, 1953-35 721 

Livestock, supply situation, June 1956 III 

Mutton and lamb consuaption per capita, 1955-55 721 

Oats: 

Area, 1956 5 

Prices, 1934-35 to 1936-37 238-259 

Production, 1933-56 — 62,115,188,589,556 

Pork: 

Consuaption per capita, 1955-55 721 

Situation, 1956-57 -- 457-458 

Poultry, iaport quotas for Yugoslav, 1956 708 

Prunes, iaport quotas for Yugoslav, 1956 708 

Rush canes, iaport quotas for Yugoslav, 1936 708 

Rye: . 

Crop estimate, 1955-36 255 

Pries, 1934-35 to 1936-37 238-259 

Production, 1933-36 62,188,190,694 

Sugar: 

Consuaption, 1930-51 to 1935-36 211,212 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, '933 4 "934 229 

Production, 1909-1910 to 1935-36 — 205,206 

Stocks, 1932-35 215 

U. S. iaport quota for, 195* 215 

Visible supply, June 1933-36 212 



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Germany - continued! 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, »n. 1931-36 203 

Tobaccos 

Area, production, i sports, and consumption, 1 93 ' -36 ■ 405 

Situation, Sept, 1936 403-405 

Trade agreeaent with: 

Denmark, 1956 42 

Yugoslavia, 1936 708 

Veal: 

Consumption per capita, 1933-35 721 

Production, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 720 

Walnuts, imports, 1929-1930 to 1955-56 585 

Wheat: 

Crop estimate, 1935-36 235 

Import quotas for Yugoslav, 1936 708 

Prices, 1934-55 to 1936-37 238-239 

Production, av. 1930-34, an. 1935-36 — 53,62,188,189,692 

Ginger root, shipments to U. S., Puerto Rico, 1954-55 & 1955-56 677 

Glucose, exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 1 9, 1 73,3 1 ' ,442, 

609,769 

Gold Coast, sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933-34 230 

Gra i ns: 
Bread: 

Crop and market prospects Each issue 

Situation, Europe, 1936-37 190-191 

Crop conditions, Canada, June 1936 28 

Crop prospects, U.S.S.R., 1 936 193-195 

Exports, U. S., 1 93^-35 4 1935-36 18,24,414,58,120, 



172, 178, 184,247,248, 
256,310,312,321,552- 
353,357,366,420,441, 
445,470,487,488,493- 
494, 522, 528, 540, 608, 
610,620,641,645,700, 
768,770,782,809,816, 



824 

Feed: 

Prices and movement, principal countries and markets, 1936 55 , ' ' 6, 1 8 1 , 253 » 320 , 

364,414,467,537 
617,695,777,821 

Production, Canada, 1 936 455 

Governmental measures: 

Czechoslovakia, 1954-1940 240-241 

Germany, 1934-35 to 1936-37 238-240 

Harvesting conditions, U.S.S.R., July 1 936 144-145 

Imports, U. S., 1934-55 4 1935-56 21-22,25,175-176, 

179,315,318,445-446, 
U48, 553, 562-565, 612- 
615,615,772-773,775 

Index numbers of exports, U. S., 1954-56 . 7, 1 52, 305 , 432, 

586,766 

Monopoly, Czechoslovakia, 1954-55 4 1955-56 241 

Production, Manchuria, 1955 & 1 936 400 

Re-exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 663 

Shipments to U. S., Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-36 670 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1934-35 4 1935-36 685 

Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-36 673 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 1935-36 679-680 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 689 



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Grains - continued: 

Sowings, U.S.S.R., 1 936 • - --- 757-758 

See also Cereals; specific grains. 
Gr apef ru i t : 

Export prospects, Isle of Pines, 1936-57 68,583 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Situation, world, 1935-36 109 

See also Citrus fruit; Fruit. 
Grapes: 

Export prospects, Spain, 1936-37 398 

See also Fruit. 
Great Britian. See United Kingdom. 
Greece: 

Barley production, 1931-36 I I 5 ,M 7 , 388, 535 

Cattle number, av. 1 9?6- 1 930, an. 1931-35 7 • ** 

Currants, production, 1 935 4 1936 148 

Oats, production, 1931-36 I I 5, I I 7 , 389, 53o 

Olive oil production, av. 1928-29 to 1933-34, an. 1934-35 * '935-36 50,580 

Rye production, 1931-36 117,190,694 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 4 1934 250 

Tobacco area, av. 1929-1933, »n. 1934 4 '935 412 

Wheat production, 1930-36 53,101,117,692 

Guadeloupe, cane-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36 208 

Guatema I a: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36 208 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1 93 1 -35 713 

Sugar, U. S. import quota for, 1936 215 

Gums, resins and balsams: 

Imports, u. S., 1 93 1 * -35 4 '935-36 573 

Re-exports, U. 8., 1934-35 4 1935-36 — 666 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Hawaii, 1 93^-35 4 1935-36 675 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 '935-36 682 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 690 

H 

Hair, re-exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 663 

Haiti: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36 208 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 210 

U. S. import quota for, 1936 215 

Hamburg, lard prices, 1935 4 1 936 59,121,185,257,323. 

367,421 ,471 ,541 , 
621,701,783,825 

Hams : 

Imports, United Kingdom, 1928-29 to 1935-36 603 

Exports to Canada, U. S., Jan. -Aug. 1935 & 1936 521,528 

See also Bacon; Meat; Pork. 
Hawaii: 

Agricultural trade with U. S. 670-675 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36 207 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-3' to 1934-35 210 

Production, 1 909- 1 9 • 0 to 1935-36 217 

U. S. isnport quotas for, 1935 4 1936 214 

Hay: 

Imports from Canada, U. S., 1935 4 1936 15,46,168,247,249, 

530,647,814 

Production, Canada, 1935 4 l°36 326 

See also Feeds and fodders. 



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Hemp, area, Yugoslavia, 1935-36 506 

Hempsead: 

Exports, Manchuria, 1935 4 1 936 l°9 

Production, Manchuria, 1935 & 1936 400 

Production increased, China and Manchuria, 1936 197 

Hides and skins: 

Exports, U. S., 1 93^-35 4 1935-36 — - 489 

Imports, u. S., 1954-55 4 1935-36 20, 174,314, 444, 

557-558,61 1,771 

Re-exports, U. S., 1 93^-35 4 '935-36 661,662 

Shipments to U. S.-: 

Hawaii, 1934-55 4 1935-36 670 

Puerto Rico, 1954-35 4 1935-36 676 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 687 

Hogs: 

Export situation, Danube Basin, 1936 762 

Exports: 

Danube Basin, 1934-36 304,398-399, 

762-764,781 

Rumania, 1 936 304 

United States, 1935 & 1936 309,440,607,767 

Yugoslavia, 1 936 304 

Feeding activities, Danube Basin, 1936 764 

Import quotas for Yugoslav, Germany, 1936 708 

Imports, U. S., July-May, 1934-35 4 1935-36 20,174,314,444, 

61 1,771 

Increased production, Germany, 1935 4 1936 479 

Number: 

England and Wales, 1 935 & 1936 142 

European countries, 1932-56 601,602 

Germany, 1955-57 2,111-112,392 

Hungary, Apr. 1955 4 1956 148-149 

Netherlands, 1954-56 429-431 

Scotland, 1935 & 1936 142 

Prices, Berlin, 1935 4 1956 — — - 59,121,185,257,525, 

567,421,471,541,621, 
701,785,825 

Situation, Danube Basin, 1 936 303-304 

Slaughter, Denmark, 1936-37 268 

Supply and demand indices, specified countries, av. 1909-1929, an. 1932-55 to 

1935.36 605-606 

Supply s i tuat i or: 

Denmark, Aug. 1 936 268 

Europe, 1936-57 479-480 

Honduras: 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-35 713 

Sugar, U. S. import quote for, 1936 215 

Honey : 

Exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-56 489 

Shipments to U. S.: 

Hawaii, 1954-35 4 1935-56 670 

Puerto Rico, 1954-55 4 1955-56 676 

Honeydew melons, export quota for Ne* York, Chile, 1956-37 760-761 

Hops: 
Area: 

European countries, «v. 1925-1932, an. 1933-55 415 

Yugoslavia, 1955-36 506 

Crop prospects, Europe, 1936 126-127 

Exports, U. $., 1934-35 4 1935-56 19,175,51 I, U 9 L , 

609,76° 



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Hops - continued: 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Imports, U. 5., 193*4-55 * 1935-56 — - 563 

Market control schemes, United Kingdom, 1936 462-463 

Production, European countries, iv. 1928-1932, an. 1933-36 415 

Shipments, U. S., 1954-55 4 1935-36, to: 

Hawaii 674 

Puerto Rico 680 

Situation, Europe, 1936 594-597 

Horses: 

Exports, U. S., 1935-36 - 247,509,557,440,528, 

607,645,767,-816 

Imports, U. S., 1954-55 4 1935-36 15,20,44,46, 168, 

l?l»,2»49,5 • l *, 1 » l ti4,530, 
6l 1,647,771,81 1, 8IU 

Number: 

England and Wales, 1935 1 1936 1 42 

Scotland, 1935 4 1936 142 

Shipments to U. S., Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-36 670 

Hungary : 

Barley : 

Area, 1951-36 5,56 

Production, 1933-36 388,535 

Beans, Dry, production, 1935 & 1 936 333 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-30, an. 1932-36 207 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-55 7 1 M 

Corn production, 1955-36 570,589,555 

Cotton textile situation, 1 936 108 

Hog and pork situation, 1936-37 439 

Hogs: 

Exports, 1934-56 - 781 

Number, Apr. 1935 4 1936 148-149 

Hops, production, av. 1928-1932, an. 1935-36 415 

Lard: 

Exports, 1934-56 781 

Prices, 1936 303 

Oats: 

Area, 1931-56 5,56 

Production, 1933-36 389,556 

Rye: 

Area, 1931-36 - 2,56 

Production, 1931-56 2,56,190,371,475,694 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1935-36 211,212 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 229 

Stocks, 1932-55 215 

Visible supply, June 1955-56 212 

Sugar beets: 

Area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 — 188,203 

Production, 1935 4 1936 188 

Tobacco situation, Sept. 1936 411 

Wa I nuts: 

Exports, 1929-1930 to 1935-36 586 

Production, av. 1929-1954, an. 1932-36 382 

Wheat: 

Area, 1 93 1 -36 2,56 

Production, av. 1930-34, an. 1935-36 — 2,55,56, '89, 571 ,692 

See also Danube Basin. 



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Imports. See individual commodities and countries. 
India: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-30, an. 1932-36 208 

Cashew nuts: 

Exports, 1935-36 483 

Imports, 1935-56 — 482-483 

Production, 1955-36 482 

Supply, Aug. 1 936 - 483 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-55 715 

Cotton: 

Area, 1935-36 & 1936-37 234,344,345,478 

Production prospects, 1936-37 806 

Jute production, 1935 4 1936 326 

Rice: 

Area, 1931-32 to 1936-37 506,534 

Production, 1 93 1 -32 to 1936-37 534 

Sesamum area, 1 935 & 1936 506 

Sugar production, 1909-1910 to 1935-36 205,206 

Wheat production, 1935-36 189,693 

I nternat i ona 1 1 

Sugar control measures, 1936 201 

Trade in sugar, av. 1925-29, an. 1 933 & 1934 229 

Iran (Persia): 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 715 

Dates, production prospects, 1936 345 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 230 

Iraq, date*, production prospects, 1936 345 

I re I and: 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 203 

See also Northern Ireland. 
I r i 8h Free State: 
Bar I ey : 

Area, 1931-36 182,802,820 

Production, 1933-36 288,388,535 

Beef and veal production, av. 1926-1930, an. 1951-35 719 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1952-36 207 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 713 

Livestock number, June 1936 802 

Oats, area, 1931-36 182,802,820 

Potatoes, area, 1931-56 182,802,820 

Rye production, 1933-36 453,694 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 230 

Wheat: 

Area, 1931-36 182,802,820 

Crop prospects, June 1936 3 

Production, 1930-36 53,182,189,692 

Italian Somali land, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 715 

Italy: 

Beet-sugar, production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1952-36 20? 

Cattle number, av. 1 926- 1 930, an. 1931-35 7'4 

Cherries, Brined, production prospects, 1956 127-128 

Corn production, ) 935 & 1936 754 

Cotton: 

Consumption, 1935-36 806-80? 

Textile situation, 1935-56 298 

Filberts, exports and production, 1935-36 266-267 

Olive oil production, av. 1928-29 to 1932-34, an. 1934-35 to 1936-37 50,380 



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Italy - cont i nuedt 
Pears: 

Crop prospects, 1936 109 

Exports to Canada, 1 936 246 

Plums, exports to Canada, 1 936 246 

Potatoes, production, 1935 & ! 936 754 

Rice production, 1935 & 1 936 754 

Rye production, 1933-36 453,694 

Sugar! 

Consumption, 1930-31 to l93**-56 - 211,212 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 250 

Stocks, 1932-35 213 

U. S. import quota for, 1 936 215 

Visible supply, 1933-36 — 212 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-56 203 

Tobacco situation, 1 936 411-412 

Wa I nuts: 

Exports, 1929-50 to 1935-36 383,584,586 

Production, av. 1929-1954, an. 1952-56 - 582 

Wheat: 

Crop prospects, 1936 155 

Government control, 1936 156 

Production, 1930-5' to 1935-36 53,102-105,155, 

156,692,7s 1 * 

Trade control, June 1956 — 152-155 

Isle of Pines, grapefruit, export prospects, 1936-57 68,585 

J 

Jama i ca: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-30, an. 1932-56 208 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1 933 & 1 934 229 

Japan: 

Bar I ey : 

Area, 1933-36 34,100,114 

Production, 1953-36 5k, 100, 1 15,588,556 

Beans, Dry: 

Area, 1955 & 1 956 479 

Production, 1 935 & 1 936 479,805 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-1950, an. 1952-56 207 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-1950, an. 1952-56 208 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1931-35 7 1 5 

Cotton: 

Cloth exports, 1935 & 1936 196 

Imports, 1934-35 4 1935-36 66,195,351,510-511, 

629,650,759-760,778 

Mill takings, t93»*-35 * 1935-56 66,197,332,512,778 

Stocks, 1955 4 1936 631,778 

Textile situation, May 1936 65-66 

Yarn production, 1935-36 352 

Flour imports, I933-3 1 * to 1956-57 U25 

Peas, Green, production, 1955 & I956 479,805 

Pyrethrum production, 1955 4 1956 479,805 

Rapeseed production, 1955 & 1956 805 

R i ce: 

Area, av. 1895-1925, an. 1925-1936 95,"*56 

Carry-over, 1 936 4 1957 627 

Control of colonial 88 

Control of production 89 



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Japan - continued: 
Rice - continued: 

Export restrictions 7*4-76 

Government policy 83 

Government purchases, 1921-1931 84 

Laws of 1921,1952 & 1935 76-78,85-86 

Monopoly plan 81-82 

Production, av. 1895-1925, an. 1925-1936 95,456,627 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 211 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 229 

U. S. import quota for, 1936 215 

Tobacco: 

Area, 1936 35 

Consumption, 1 936 548 

laport prospects, 1936-37 36,792 

Production, 1935 & 1 936 35,548 

Wheat: 

Area, 1935 & 1 936 100 

Inports, 1933-34 to 1936-37 425,455,626 

Market conditions, 1 936 4,104-105,237, 

372-373,626 

Prices, 1936 104-105,454-455,626 

Production, 1933-36 100,101,426,453,693 

Wool, position in trade, 1936 481 

Java: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36 208 

Sugar: 

Carry-over, 1933 & 1 936 226 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 21! 

Production, 1909-1910 to 1935-36 205,206,226 

Stocks, 1932-35 213 

Suppl ies, 1936-37 . 226 

Visible supply, 1933-36 212 

Java and Madura: 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 716 

Sugar, exports, 1929-1935 226 

Jute production, India, 1935 & 1936 326 



K 



Kansas City, wheat prices, 1935-36 54,113,180,252,319, 

363,413,466,534,616, 
691,776,820 

Kaoliang production, Manchuria, 1935 4 1936 400 

Kenya Colony, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 715 

Korea. See Chosen. 

L 

Lamb. See Mutton and lamb. 
Lard: 

Exports: 

Danube Basin, 1934-36 305,398-599,419, 

550,762-765,781 

United States, 1954-56 12,14,24,44,58, 

120,169,184,247,256, 
321,366,420,470,521, 



528,540,620,641,645, 
700,782,816,824 



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Lard - continued: 

Import duty, Cuba, Sept. 1 936 — - 578-379 

Import quotas for Danish, increased, Germany, 1936 42 

Imports, United Kingdom, 1928-29 to 1935-36 604 

Imports of American, Cuba, 1933-36 378-379 

Index numbers of exports, U. S., 1 93^-36 7,152,305,432,586, 

765-766 

Pr ices: 

Cuba, Sept. 1936 378-379 

Hungary, Aug. 1936 303 

S i tuat i on: 

Danube Basin, 1 936 550,762 

United Kingdom, 1936 - 591-592 

See also Oils and fats, Animal; Pork. 
Latvia: 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36 207 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 7 1 ^ 

Rye: 

Crop estimate, 1935-36 235 

Production, 1933-36 69*4 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 230 

Sugar beets, area,, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 203 

Wheat: 

Crop estimate, 1935-36 235 

Production, av. I930-3 1 4, an. 1935-36 53, 453, 624,692 

Lebanon. See Syria and Lebanon. 

Lima beans, exports, Cuba to U. S., 1935-36 to 1936-37 656 

Li nseed: 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Production increased, China and Manchuria, 1936 197 

See also Flaxseed; Oilseeds. ' 
L i thuan i a: 
Bar I ey : 

Area, 1931-36 254 

Production, 1933-36 474,535 

Beet-sugar, production, av. 1925-30, an. 1932-36 207 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 7 1 1* 

Flax fiber, production, 1935 & 1936 4?4 

F I axseed: 

Area, 1 93 • -36 254 

Production, 1935 & 1 936 4?4 

Oats: 

Area, 1931-36 254 

Production, 1933-36 474,536 

Potatoes: 

Area, 1931-36 25*t 

Production, 1955 & f 936 4?4 

Rye: 

Area, 1931-56 254 

Production, 1933-36 453,474,694 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 4 1954 230 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-56 203 

Wheat: 

Area, 1931-36 254 

Production, av. 1930-54, an. 1935-36 55,341,474,692 

L i ver poo I : 

Cotton prices, 1 936 56,182,308,558, 

698,779,822 

Pork prices, 1936 - 59,121,185,257,523, 

367,421,471,541, 
621,701,783,825 



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Wheat prices, 1934-35 * 1935-36 5»», 1 13, 180,252,319, 

• 363,415,466,534, 
616,691,776,820 

Livestock: 

Numbers, Irish Free State, June 1936 802 

Supply situation, Germany, June 1936 III 

See also Cattle; Hogs; Horses; Mules, etc.; Sheep. 
London: 

Butter prices, 1935 * 1936 57,119,183,255,322, 

349, 416,468,538, 
618,698,779,822 

Wool sales, 1936 28,40,340,347, 

624, 632-633 

Luxemburg: 

Barley production, 1933-36 388,535 

Oats, production, 1933-36 389,536 

Rye production, 1933-36 371, 694 

Wheat production, 1933-36 371, "+75, 692 

M 

Madagascar: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-30, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 209 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 715 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 229 

Madura. See Java and Madura. 

Malt extract and sirup exports to Canada, U. S., 1935 & 1936 45,358,529,646,817 

Manchur i a: 

Corn production, 1933-36 389,400,535 

Cottonseed production increased, 1936 197 

F I our : 

Import prospects, 1936-37 804 

Imports, 1933-34 to 1936-37 425,427 

Grain production, 1935 & 1 936 400 

Hempseed production, 1935 & 1 936 197,400 

Kaoliang production, 1935 & 1 936 400 

Linseed production increased, 1936 197 

Millet production, 1935 & 1956 400 

Oils: 

Exports, 1935 & I936 199 

Production increased, 1936 197 

Oilseed exports, 1 935 & 1936 199 

Peanuts, production increased, 1936 197 

Per ilia seed: 

Area expansion, 1935 & 1 936 145-146 

Production, 1934-36 146,400 

Production increased, 1936 197 

Rapeseed production increased, 1936 '97 

Rice production, 1 935 & 1 936 400 

Sesame seed production increased, 1936 197 

Soybeans: 

Preduction, 1935 & 1 936 400 

Production increased, 1 936 197 

Tobacco: 

Area, 1935 4 1936 36 

Consumption, 1 936 348-549 

Nport prospects, 1936 36-3? 

Wheat: 

Crop prospects, July ) 936 143 

Imports, 1933-34 to 1936-37 425 



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Manchuria - continued: 
Wheat - continued: 

Market conditions, 1 956 3 1 * * * 

Production, 1 935 4 1936 - - 400 , M 2? , 801+ 

Maple sugar: 

Imports from Canada, U. S., 1935 & 1936 12,15,46,168,247, 

249,359,530,647,814 

See also Sugar. 

Marseille, France, wheat prices, 1935 4 '936 1 62 

Martinique, cane-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-56 208 

Maur i ii us: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 209 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 - 211 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1 933 & 1934 229 

Meat: 

Exports, u. S., I934-35 4 1955-36 1 7,44, 1 7 1 , 1 78, 309, 

312,440,443,486,490, 

521,528,607,610,641, 
645,767,770,809,816 

Imports, U. S., 1 93^-35 4 1935-56 20, 1 79 , 3 1 , 3 « 8 , 

W»,448,553-55>»,558, 
611,615,771,775 

Re-exports, U. S., 1 93^-35 4 1935-36 662 

Shipments to U. S., Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-36 670 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1 93^-35 4 1935-36 — 684 

Hawaii, I93H-35 & 1935-36 6?l 

Puerto Rico, l93^-35 4 1955-36 678 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 688 

Suppliis, Germany, 1936 598 

See also Bacon; Beef; Cattle; Hans; Hogs; Mutton and laeb; Pork. 
Mediterranean Basin: 

Citrus fruit: 

Crop prospects, 1936-37 582-583 

Production, 1936-37 109 

0 1 i ve oil: 

Consumption, 1929-1936 51 

Exports, 1929-1936 51 

Production, av. 1928-29 to 1933-5'+, an. 1929-1936 50,51,379-381 

Situation, 1936 49-52 

Supplies, 1935-36 4 1936-37 381 

Ra i s i ns: 

Exportable surplus, 1936 14? 

Production, 1955 4 1936 146-147 

Wheat trade, 1 93 » -36 153-162 

Mexico: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1 925- ' 930, an. 1932-36 208 

Cattle: 

Imports, 1935 4 1936 167,355 

Number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1951-35 7« 3 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1 93^-35 — 210 

U. S. import quota for, 1956 215 

Wheat production, 1933-36 189,692 

Milan wheat prices, 1934-35 4 1935-36 113,252 ' 

Mi Ik: 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Marketing schemes, United Kingdom, 1933-56 463,634-640 

Prices, England and Wales, 1933-36 637 



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Milk - cont i nued: 

Subsidy, United Kingdom, 1935-37 640 

Utilization, England and Wales, 1955-54 to 1935-36 639 

See also Dairy products. 

Millet production, Manchuria, 1935 & 1 936 400 

M i nneapo lis: 

Barley and rye prices, 1935-36 55,116,181,253,320, 

364,414,467,557 
617,695,777,821 

Wheat prices, 1935-36 54,113,180,252,319, 

563,413,466,554, 
616,691,776,820 

Mo I asses: 

Exports to Canada, U. S., 1955 4 1936 45,248,358,529, 

641,646,817 

imports, U. S., 1 93*4-35 * 1955-56 22,25,176,179,516, 

318,446,448,552,555, 
567,613,615,775,775 

Shipments to U. S.: 

Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1955-56 670 

Puerto Rico, l93 l +-35 4 1955-56 6?6 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1 93^-35 4 1955-36 685 

Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-56 674 

Morocco: 
Bar I ey : 

Area, 1951-56 118 

Production, 195I-56 115,118,289,388,535 

Cattle nunber, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-55 7 1 >4 

Corn: 

Area, 1953-36 288 

Production, 1933-56 -— 589,535 

Oats: 

Area, 1931-56 118 

Production, 1931-56 1 1 5, 1 1 8, 289, 389,536 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1955 & 1954 250 

Wheat: 

Production, av. 1951-35, an. 1932-36 53,101,102-105, 

153,695 

Production estimates, 1956 : 475 

Mozambique: 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-55 7 1 5 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 229 

Mules, asses, and burros, exports, U. S., 1935 4 1936 509,440,607,767 

Mutton and Iambi 

Consumption per capita, specified countries, 1931-35 721-722 

See also Meat. 

N 

Naval stores: 

Exports, U. S., 1935-56 498 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1954-55 4 1955-56 686 

Hawaii, 1954-55 4 1955-56 675 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 1935-56 682 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 690 

Netherland India, sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1954 — — 229 

Nether I ands: 

Apples, crop prospects, 1956 109 



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Netherlands - continued: 
Bar I ey : 

Area, 1931-36 — - 28,97 

Production, 1931-36 115,117,288,588,535 

Beef exports and imports, 1 93 1 -35 t 75' 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36 20? 

Cattle: 

Number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 7 1 *» 

Slaughter, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 718 

F I axseed: 

Area, 1931-56 — 28,97 

Production, 1935-36 254 

Fruit crop prospects, 1936 2*45 

Hog and fat situation, 1936 594-595 

Hog and pork situation, 1936-37 459 

Hogs, number, 1954-56 429-1(31 

Oats: 

Area, 1931-56 28,97 

Production, 1931-36 115,117,289,389,536 

Pears, crop prospects, 1936 • 109 

Potatoes: 

Area, 1931-56 28,97 

Production, 1935-56 254 

Rye: 

Area, 1931-36 28,97 

Production, 1931-36 1 17, 190,571 ,'•75, 694 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-51 to 1 93^-55 211,212 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1953 & 1954 229 

Stocks, 1952 to 1955 215 

U. S. import quota for, 1 936 215 

Visible supply, June 1933-56 212 

Sugar beets: 

Area, av. 1925-29, an. 1951-36 203 

Production, 1935-36 254 

Tobacco situation, 1 936 408-409 

Wheat: 

Area, 1 93 1 -36 '- 28,97 

Production, av. 1950-54, an- 1935-56 - 53,101,117,571, 

475,692 

New Brunswick, potatoes, situation, 1956 707 

Newfoundland, sugar consumption, 1930-31 to 1 93**-35 210 

New York: 

Almonds, prices, 1 936 129 

Butter prices, 1935 & 1 936 57,119,183,255,522, 

549,416,1468,538,618, 
698,779,822 

New Zealand: 

Apples, exports, 1954-36 375 

Barley area, 1935-56 506 

Beef: 

Exports, 1951-55 748 

Prices, 1931-36 748 

Beef and cattle situation 745 

Beef and vea I : 

Consumption per capita, 1951-54 72 1 

Production, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-35 719 

Butter gradings, 1955-36 57,119,185,255,522, 

350,417,469,559,619, 
699,780,821 



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New Zealand - continued: 
Cattle: 

Number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 7 • 6 

Slaughter, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 717 

Dairy products, export control, Aug. 1936 348-350 

Mutton and lamb consumption per capita, l93'-34 721 

Oats, area, 1935 4 1936 506 

Pears, exports, 1 934-36 375 

Pork and lard consumption per capita, l93'-34 721 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 230 

Tobacco: 

Production, 1935-36 244 

Trade, 1935-36 244 

Wheat area, 1935-36 -— 506 

N i caragua: 

Sugar: 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 4 1934 229 

U. S. import quota for, 1936 215 

Nigeria, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 714 

North Africa. See Africa, North. 

Northern Hemisphere: 
Barley: 

Area, 1933-36 , I 14 

Production, 1933-36 115,388,536 

Corn: 

Area, 1933-36 1 14 

Production, 1933-36 . 389,535 

Oats: 

Area, 1933-56 I 14 

Production, 1933-36 115,389,536 

■heat production, 1933-36 693 

Northern Ireland: 

Barley production, 1933-36 535 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 7 1 3 

Wheat production, 1933-36 692 

See also Ireland. 

Northern Rhodesia. See Rhodesia, Northern. 

Norway t 

Apples, import duty, 1936-37 302,808 

Bar I ey : 

Area, 1935 4 1936 452 

Production, 1933-36 452,535 

Beef and veal, production, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 720 

Cattle: 

Number, av . 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 714 

Slaughter, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 718 

Fruit crop prospects, 1936 245 

Oats: 

Area, 1935 4 1936 452 

Production, 1933-36 452,536 

Pears, import duty, Jan. 1937 808 

Potatoes, production, 1935 4 1936 452 

Rye: 

Area, 1 935 4 1956 452 

Production, 1953-36 452,453,475,694 

Sugar, foreign trade, aw. 1925-29, an. 1933 4 1934 230 

Tobacco situation, Sept. 1936 405-406 

Wheat: 

Area, 1935 4 1936 452 

Production, av. 1930-34, an. 1935-36 53,452,475,692 



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Nursery and greenhouse stock: 

Exports to Canada, U. S., (955 & 1 936 45,248,358,498, 

529,6»*6,8I7 

Imports, H. S., 193^-35 4 1935-36 569 

See also Bulbs, roots, etc. 
Nutss 

Export*, U. S., 1935 4 1936 - 45 , 2»*7 , 248, 3 1 0, 358 , 

441,494,529,608,641, 
646,768,810,81? 

laports, U. S., I93H-35 4 1935-36 22,175,316,446, 

564,613,775 

Re-exports, U. 8., 1934-35 4 1935-36 663 

Shipments to U. S.: 

Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1955-56 670 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 & 1935-56 676 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1 93*+-35 4 1955-56 685 

Hawaii, 1954-55 4 1955-56 674 

Puerto Rico, 1954-55 4 1955-56 680 

Virgin Islands, 1955-56 689 

See also Almonds; Cashew nuts; Filberts; Pecans; Peanuts; Walnuts. 
Nyaaaland, cattle nuaber, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 715 



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Oats: 
Area: 

Argentina, 1930-51 to 1956-57 264,290,374,424, 

786,799,803 

Canada, 1933-56 114,251,526,578 

Czechoslovakia, 1 936 4 1937 294 

England and Vales, 1931-56 142,180 

Finland, 1951-56 28,97 

Germany, 1 935 & 1 936 - 5 

Hungary, 1951-56 5,56 

Irish Free State, 1951-56 182,802,820 

Lithuania, 1951-56 254 

Morocco, 1951-56 118 

Netherlands, 1951-56 28,97 

New Zealand, 1955-56 4 1956-57 506 

Norway, 1935 & 1 936 452 

Scotland, 1931-56 142,182 

Specified countries, 1955-56 105-106,114,288 

United States, 1933-56 114,288 

Yugoslavia, 1950-36 503 

Condition: 

Canada, July 1931-56 231 

Czechoslovakia, 1936 5 

Exports, principal countries, 1935-57 55,116,181,253,320, 

364,414,467,557 
617,695,777,821 

Exports, U. S., l95 1 »-56 58,120,184,256,521, 

566,420,470,540, 
620,700,782,824 

laport duties, United Kingdoa, 1936 465 

laporta, U. S., 1935 4 1956 46,247,249,530, 

647,814 

Prices: 

Chicago, 1955 4 1956 — 55,116,181,255,520, 

364,414,467,557, 
617,695,777,821 



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Oats - continued: 

Prices - continued: 

Germany, 1936 238-259 " 

Product i on: 

Algeria, 1933-36 124,389,556,652 

Argentina, 1930-3' to 1936-37 2, 35, 5 1 *, 786, 799, 803 

Austria, 1933-36 536,652 

Belgium, 1931-36 260,319,389,556 

Canada, 1931-36 326,388,536,578,693 

Czechoslovakia, 1933-36 526,589,556,544 

England and Wales, 1935 4 1936 326 

Finland, 1931-36 97 

France, 1930-36 452,505 

Germany, 1935 & 1 936 62,188 

Greece, 1931-36 - 117 

' Lithuania, 1935 & 1 936 474 

Morocco, 1931-36 118 

Netherlands, 1931-56 II? 

Norway, 1 935 & 1 936 452 

Poland, 1935 & 1936 540 

Rumania, 1951-56 117,578 

Scotland, 1950-56 786,799 

Specified countries, 1955-56 106,114,264,288-289, 

588-589,556 

Yugoslavia, 1950-56 505 

Stocks, Canada, July 1954-56 251 

See also Grains. 
Oceania: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-50, an. 1952-55 to 1955-56 209 

Cattle number, av. 1 926- 1 930, an. 1931-55 7 • 6 

Sugar, consumption, 1950-51 to 1934-55 211 

Oils, Vegetab I e: 
Exports: 

China, 1935 4 1956 198 

Manchuria, 1935 4 1936 199 

United States, 1935-56 495 

Import duty, United Kingdom, 1 936 465 

Imports, U. S., 1934-35 & 1935-56 22,25,176,179,516, 

518,446,448,555,565- 
566,571,615,615,773, 
775 

Production increased, China and Manchuria, 1956 197 

Shipments to U. S., Puerto Rico, 1954-55 4 1955-56 676 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1954-55 4 1955-36 685 

Hawaii, 1934-55 4 1935-36 — 674 

Puerto Rico, 1934-55 & 1955-56 680-681 

Virgin Islands, 1955-56 689 

See also specific Oils. 
Oils and fats, Animal: 

Exports, U. S., 1954-55 4 1955-36 18,172,510,441 

491,608,768 

Imports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-56 555,559 

Re-exports, U. S., 1954-55 4 1955-56 662 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1954-35 4 1935-56 684 

Hawaii, 1934-55 4 1935-36 672 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 1935-56 679 

Virgin Islands, 1955-36 688 



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0 i I seed products: 

Exports, 0. S., 1954-35 4 1935-36 - — 19,173,311,442, 

487,495,609,769 

Re-exports, U. S., (934-35 4 1955-36 664 

0i I seedss 
Exports: 

China, 1935 & 1936 198 

Manchuria, 1935 & 1936 199 

Imports, U. S., 1954-55 & 1955-36 22, 176,516,518, 

446, 448,555, 564, 
615,615,775,775 

Production, China, 1936 197 

Shipments, U. S., to Hawaii, 1954-55 4 1955-36 674 

See also specific oilseeds. 

Okra exports to U. S., Cuba, 1955-57 656 

Olive oil: , 

Imports, U. S., 1951-56 52 

Production, Mediterranean Basin, av. 1929-1950 to 1954-55, an. 1932-33 to 

1956-57 579-581 

Situation, Mediterranean Basin, 1 936 49-52 

Supplies, Mediterranean Basin, 1936-57 581 

0 1 i vest 

Exports to U. S., Spain, 1932-36 697 

Prices, Spain, 1934-36 696 

Production, Spain, 1929-1956 - 657,697 

Oranges: 

Distribution, Spain, 1955-54 to 1935-36 375-576 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Quota granted U. S., France, Sept. r 936 345 

See also Citrus fruit; Fruit. 

P 

Palestine, olive oil production, av. 1928-29 to 1953-34, an. 1934-35 4 1935-56 — 50,380 
Pa la oil: 

Imports, u. S., 1934-35 4 1955-56 -- - - 552,555,565 

See also Oils, Vegetable. 

Paraguay, cattle number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-55 — , 713 

Paris wheat prices, 1934-36 113,252,565,466, 

616,776 

Peaches: 

Production, Canada, 1956 707 

See a I so Fru i t . 
Peanut oil: 

Exports, China, 1935 4 1936 198 

See also Oils, Vegetable. 
Peanuts: 
Exports: 

China, 1955 4 1956 198 

Manchuria, 1955 4 1936 199 

Production increased, China and Manchuria, 1936 197 

Pears: 

Crop prospects, Europe, 1956 109 

Exports: 

Australia, 1935 & 1936 — 575 

Italy, 1936 246 

New Zealand, 1934-56 375 

Import duties: 

Norway, 193? - — 808 



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Pears - continued: 

Import duties - continued: 

United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Imports, Canada, 1935-36 246 

See also Fruit. 

Peas, Green, production, Japan, 1935 & 1936 479,805 

Pecans: 

Exports to Canada, U. S., 1935 & 1 936 1*4,169 

See also Nuts. 

Peppers, Green, exports to U. S., Cuba, 1935-37 656 

Per ilia oil: 

Exports, Manchuria, 1935 & I936 199 

Production, Manchuria, 1935-36 197, 400 

Yield per acre, Manchuria, 1935 146 

See also Oils, Vegetable. 
Peri I la seed: 

Area expansion, Manchuria, 1935 4 1936 145-146 

Exports, Manchuria, 1 935 & 1936 199 

Production, Manchuria, 1934-36 146 

See also Oil seeds. 
Peru: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 208 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 7 1 3 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 210 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 229 

0. S. import quota for, 1 936 215 

Phi I i pp i ne I s I ands: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 208 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 716 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 211 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 229 

Production, 1909-1910 to 1935-36 217 

Stocks, 1932-35 213 

U. S. import quota for, 1935 & 1 936 • 214 

Pineapple: 

Shipments to U. S., Hawaii, 1934-35 & 1935-56 670 

See also Fruit. 
PI urns: 

Exports to Canada, Italy, 1 936 246 

Imports, Canada, 1935-36 246 

See also Fruit. 
Poland: 

Barley production, 1931-36 340,388,535,691 

Beef and veal production, av. • 926- 1 930 , an. 1931-35 719 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 207 

Cattle: 

Number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 714 

Slaughter, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 718 

Fruit crop prospects, 1936 245 

Hog and fat situation, 1936 595-596 

Hog and pork situation, 1936-37 439 

Hops: 

Area, av. 1925-1932, an. 1933-35 415 

Production, av. 1928-1932, an. 1933-36 *- 415 

Oats, production, 1933-36 340,389,536 

Potatoes, production, 1931-36 340,691 

Rye: 

Area reduction, 1937 • 754 

Production, 1931-36 340,371,691,694 



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Poland - continued: 
Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1935-36 211,212 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & I93I4 229 

Stocks, 1932-35 213 

Visible supply, 1933-36 — 212 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 203 

Tobacco situation, Sept. 1936 1*09 

Wheat: 

Area reduction, 1937 75I+ 

Exportable surplus, 1936 195 

Production, av. 1 930-3^, an. 1935-36 53,340,541,691,692 

Pork: 

Export prospects, U. S., 1936-37 199-200 

Exports, U. S., 1935 & 1956 12, 14, 24,58, 120, 

164,169,184,247,256, 
321,352,357,366,420, 
470,521,528,540,620, 
700,782,824 

I mport: 

Allocations, United Kingdom, 1936 602 

Duty prospects, United Kingdom, 1936 1 50— 15' 

Quotas, United Kingdom, 1936 4 1937 109-110,234,754 

Restrictions, United Kingdom, 1936-37 584 

Import*, United Kingdom, 1 932-36 584-585,605 

Index numbers of exports, U. S., 1934-36 7,152,305,432, 

586,766 

Market control schemes, United Kingdom, 1936 463-464 

Prices, foreign markets, 1 936 59,121,185,257,323, 

567,421,471,541,621, 
701,783,825 

Situation, United Kingdom, 1936 591 

Supply and demand indices, specified countries, av. 1 909— ' 9^9* 1932-33 to 

1935-36 605-606 

See a I so Bacon; Hams; Hogs; Meat. 
Portuga I : 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 714 

Olive oil production, av. 1928-29 to 1935-34, an. 1934-35 * 1935-36 50,580 

Rye production, 1933-36 260,295,694 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 4 1 93^ 230 

Wheat production, av. 1930-34, an. 1935-36 53,260,295,692 

Portuguese East Africa, cane-sugar, production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 

1932-33 to 1955-36 209 

Portuguese India, Cashew nuts, exports, 1932-34 484 

Potatoes: 
Area: 

England and Wales, 1931-56 142,180 

Irish Free State, 1951-36 182,802,820 

Lithuania, 1931-36 254 

Netherlands, 1931-36 28,97 

Scotland, 1931-36 142,182 

Yugoslavia, 1935-56 506 

Exports to Canada, U. S., 1955 4 '936 163, 1 69 

Imports from Canada, U S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 11,13,165-166,169, 

247,249,354,356,359, 
525,527,642,6414,811, 
813,814 

Market control schemes, United Kingdom, 1936 464 

Product ion: 

Austria, 1935 4 1936 652 

Canada, av. 1950-34, an. 1935-36 457 



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Potatoes - continued: 

Production - continued: 

Czechoslovakia, 1935 * 1936 544 

Finland, 1935 & 1936 188 

France, 1935 4 1936 -' 704 

Italy, 1935 4 1936 754 

Netherlands, 1935 & 1 936 234 

Norway, 1935 4 1956 1*52 

Poland, 1931-36 3»+0,69l 

Scotland, 1930-36 786,799 

Situation, New Brunswick, 1936 707 

See also Seed potatoes. 
Poul try : 

Exports to Canada, U. S., 1935 & I936 12, 14, 164, 169,247, 

357,522,528,61)5,809, 
816 

Import quota for Yugoslav, Germany, 1936 708 

Imports from Canada, U. S., 1935 & I936 12, 15,46, 166, 168, 

247,249,530,647, 
811 ,814 

Prunes: 

Exportable surplus, Europe, 1936-37 378 

Exports to Europe, U. S., 1935-36 377-378 

Import quota for Yugoslav, Germany, 1936 708 

Imports of American, United Kingdom, 1935-36 378 

Production, specified countries, 1929-36 376-377 

See a I so Fru i t . 
Puerto Rico: 

Agricultural trade with U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 676-682 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 207 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 713 

Fruit crop prospects, 1936 • 38-39 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 210 

Production, 1909-1910 to 1935-36 21? 

Stocks, 1932 to 1935 213 

U. S. import quota for, July 1935 & 1936 214 

Vegetables, crop prospects, June 1936 39 

Py rethrum: 

Area, Yugoslavia, 1934-36 ■ 336 

Exports, Yugoslavia, 1933-35 336 

Imports, U. S., 1926-1936 337 

Price, Yugoslavia, 1 935 & 1936 336 

Production: 

Japan, 1955 & 1936 479,805 

Yugoslavia, 1934-36 556 

R 

Raisins: 

Area, Australia, 1924-25 to 1934-35 283 

Exportable surplus, Mediterranean Basin, 1936 14? 

Exports, Australia, 1924-25 to 1934-35 283 

Product i on: 

Australia, 1924-25 to 1934-35 147,283 

Mediterranean Basin, 1935 & 1936 146-147 

Production prospects, Smyrna, 1936 340 

See a I so Fr ui t . 
Rapeseed: 

Production, Hokkaido, Japan, 1935 & 1 936 805 

Production increased, China and Manchuria, 1936 '97 

See a I so Oil seeds. 



■♦7 

Reindeer products, shipments to U. S. from Alaska, 1 95*1-55 4 1935-56 683 

Resins. See Gums, resins and balsams; Naval stores. 
Reun i on: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-56 209 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, 1933 4 1 934 229 

Rhodesia, Northern, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 715 

Rhodesia, Southern: 
Tobacco: 

Exports, 1930-35 449 

Prices, June 1 936 265 

Production, 195^-55 4 1935-36 264,428 

Sales quota system, 1936 1+28-M29 

R ice: 
Area: 

Chosen, (915-16 to 1954-55 96 

India, 1931-32 to 1936-37 506,554 

Japan, av. 1895-96 to 1924-25, an. 1925-26 to 1955-56 95,456 

Carry-over, Japan, 1936 4 1937 627 

Control of colonial, Japan 88-89 

Export restrictions, Japan 75 

Exports: 

Chosen, 1915-16 to 1934-35 96 

Taiwan, 1915-16 to 1934-35 96 

United States, 1935 4 1956 14,169 

Government policy, Japan 83-84 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Law of 1935, Japan 85-87 

Monopoly plan, Japan 81-82 

Product i on: 

Chosen, I915-I6 to 1934-35 96 

Indi*, 1931-32 to 1936-37 534 

Italy, 1935 4 1936 754 

Japan, av. 1895-96 to 1924-25, an. 1925-26 to 1955-36 95,456,627 

Manchuria, 1935 4 1936 400 

Taiwan, 1915-16 to 1934-35 96,758 

Production control, Japan 89 

Rotterdam, wheat prices, 1934-37 113,252,363, 

466,616,776 

Ruandi, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 715 

Rubber: 

Imports, U. S., 1934-55 4 1955-36 23,177,517,447, 

554,571,614,774 

Re-exports, U. 8., 1954-55 4 1955-56 — 661,664 

Rumani a: 

Barley production, 1951-56 115,117,388,555,578 

Beans, Dry, production, 1956 332 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, «n. 1932-33 to 1935-56 207 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1951-35 7'4 

Com production, 1955-56 589,555,578 

Flaxseed production, 1955 4 1956 578 

Hogs, exports, 1934-36 304,781 

Lard exports, 1954-36 781 

Oats production, 1931-36 1 15, ' '7,389,556,578 

Prunes, production, 1929-1956 377 

Rye production, 1931-56 - 117,190,578,694 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, *n. 1 93 • -36 203 

ffa I nuts: 

Exports, 1929-1930 to 1935-56 585-584,386 

Production, av. 1929-1954, an. 1952-56 582 

Wheat production, av. 1930-34, an. 1955-56 55,101,117,578,692 

See also Danube Basin. 



Rush canes, import quota for Yugoslav, Germany, 1936 708 

Russia. See U.S.S.R. 
Rye: 

Area: 

Argentina, 1930-31 to 1936-37 26 1 ,290,424,454, 

786,799,803 

Canada, 1955 4 1936 231,326,578 

Danube Basin, 1935-36 237-238 

Finland, 1931-36 28,97 

Hungary, 1931-36 2,56 

Lithuania, 1931-36 - 254 

Netherlands, 1931-36 28,97 

Norway, 1935 & 1936 452 

Poland, 1937 75>4 

Yugoslavia, 1930-36 503 

Condition, Canada, July 1931-56 231 

Exportable surplus, Danube Basin, 1955-56 4 1956-37 258,393-59'* 

Exports, U. S., 1954-56 58, 120,181*, 256, 321, 

566,420,470,540, 
620,700,782,821* 

Market conditions, China, Aug. 1 936 261-262 

Pr i ces: 

Germany, 1955-36 258-259 

Minneapolis, 1955 & '936 - 55,116,181,253,520, 

36i*, um, 467, 537, 
617,695,777,821 

Shanghai, Aug. 1 936 261-262 

Product i on: 

Argentina, 1930-36 2,5^,786,799,803 

Austria, 1931-56 290, 295, 65 2, 694 

Belgium, 1951-56 260,295,319,691* 

Canada, 1951-56 190,326,51*1,578, 

625,695,691* 

Czechoslovakia, 1955-56 294, 526, 31* 1 ,544,694 

Danube Basin, 1955 & 1936 237-258,595 

Finland, 1931-56 97 

France, 1950-1956 1*52,505 

Germany, 1 955 4 1 936 62,188,235 

Greece, 1931-36 I 17 

Hungary, 1931-56 2,56 

Lithuania, 1 935 & I936 474 

Netherlands, 1931-36 I 17 

Norway, ! 935 4 1936 1*52 

Poland, 1931-56 -r 3 1 *0,69l 

Portugal , 1955-56 260 

Rumania, 1951-56 117,190,578,691* 

Specified countries, 1931-36 190,255,295,541, 

57 1 ,i*55, 475, 691* 

World, 1955-56 255 

Yugoslavia, 1 930-36 503 

Stocks: 

Canada, July 1 93^-36 231 

Danube Basin, July I956 238 

See also Grains. 

S 

St. Christopher, cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-35 to 

1955-56 208 

St. Louis, wheat prices, 1954-55 4 1955-56 54,115,180,252,519, 

363,415,466,554, 
616,691,776,820 



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Salvador: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1952-33 to 1935-36 - 208 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 713 

Sugar, U. S. import quota for, 1936 215 

San Domingo, sugar consumpt i on, 1930-31 to 1 934-55 210 

San Francisco, butter prices, 1935 & 1936 — — 57,119,185,255,322, 

349,416,468,538, 
618,698,779,822 

Sausage casings, exports to Canada, U. S., 1955 & 1956 44,247,528,645, 

809,816 

Sawmill products, imports, U. S., 1954-55 4 1955-56 574 

Scot I and: 
Bar I ey : 

Area, 1951-56 142, 182 

Production, 1950-56 288,588,535,786,799 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-56 — I U2, 7 1 3 

Hogs, number, 1955 * '956 " I M 2 

Horses, number, 1955 4 1956 1*42 

Oats: 

Area, 1951-56 142,182 

Production, 1950-56 556,786,799 

Potatoes: 

Area, 1951-56 142,182 

Production, 1950-56 786,799 

Sheep number, 1955 & 1 936 142 

Wheat: 

Area, 1931-56 — 142,182 

Production, 1950-56 62,182,453,692, 

786,799 

Seattle, wheat prices, 1934-55 * 1955-56 54,115,180,252,519- 

365,415,466,554, 
616,691,776,820 

Seed potatoes, imports from Canada, U. S., 1954-55 4 1955-56 I I , I 3 , 1 65- 1 66, 1 69, 

247,249,642,644, 
81 1,815,814 

Seeds: 

Except o i I seeds: 

Exports, U. S., 1954-35 4 1935-56 496 

Imports, U. S., 1954-55 4 1955-56 22,176,516,446, 

566,615,775 

Re-exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-56 664 

Shipments to U. S., Puerto Rico, 1954-55 4 1955-56 — 676 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1954-55 4 1955-56 685 

Hawaii, 1 934-35 4 1935-56 6?4 

Field and garden, exports to Canada, U. S., 1955 4 1956 45,248,558, 

529,646,817 

Grass and forage, imports, U. S., 1955 4 1956 46,247,249,559, 

550,647,810 

See also Oi Iseeds. 
Sesame seed: 
Exports: 

China, 1955 & 1956 — 198 

Manchuria, 1955 4 1956 199 

Production increased, China and Manchuria, 1935 4 1956 197 

See al so Oil seeds . 

Sesamum area, India, 1955 & 1956 — 506 

Shangha i : 
Cotton: 

Deliveries, 1 93^-35 to 1955-56 244,544,478,628 

Prices, 1956 68,245,542,343, 

477,629,791 



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Shanghai - continued: 
Cotton - continued: 

Stocks, 1935 4 1936 302,629,790 

Rye prices, Aug. 1 936 ■ 261-262 

Wheat and flour prices, 1936 Each issue 

Sheep, number: 

England and Wales, 1935 & 1 936 142 

Scotland, 1935 4 1936 1 1+2 

Siaa: 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1951-35 ?I6 

Sugar, foreign trade, av . 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 2*0 

Silk: 

■ ■ports, U. S. f 195*4-35 4 1935-36 20, 174 ,3 1 7 , 447 . 

554 , 570 ; 614, 774 

Re-exports, U. S., 1 93^-33 4 1935-36 661,662 

S i rup: 

Exports to Canada, U. S., 1935 4 l°36 45,248,358,529, 

646,817 

Shipments, U. S., to Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-36 674 

Skins: 

Goat and kid, imports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 552,557 

See also Hides and skins. 
Smy r na : 

Figs, production prospects, Sept. 1936 340 

Raisins, production prospects, Sept. 1936 3^0 

South Africa. See Africa, Union of South. 

South America, lee America, South. 

Southern Hemisphere, wheat production, 1933-36 693 

Southern Rhodesia. See Rhodesia, Southern. 
S oy b e a n s : 
Exports: 

China, 1 935 4 1 936 198 

Manchuria, 1935 4 1936 199 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Production, Manchuria, 1935 4 1936 400 

Production increased, China and Manchuria, 1935 4 1936 197 

See also Oil seeds. 
Spa i n: 

A I monds: 

Production prospects, 1 936 128-129 

Suppl ies, 1936 128-129 

Barley production, 1933-36 288,388,535 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 207 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 208 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 714 

F i I berts: 

Exports, 1936 266 

Production, 1 936 266 

Grapes, export prospects, 1936-37 398 

Oats production, 1933-36 389,536 

Olive oil production, av. 1928-29 to 1933-54, »n. 1934-35 4 '935-36 50,380 

0 I i vesi 

Exports to U. S., 1932-36 697 

Prices, 1934-36 696 

Production, 1929-1936 657,697 

Oranges, distribution, 1933-34 to 1935-36 375-376 

Rye production, 1933-36 190,694 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1 930-3 ) to 1935-36 211,212 

Visible supply, June 1933-36 212 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 203 



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Spain - continued: 

Walnuts, exports, 1929-1930 to 1935-36 586 

Wheat production, av. 1930-54, an. 1935-36 55,189,692 

Sp i cea: 

Exports, U. S., 1954-55 4 1935-36 496 

Imports, U. S., 1 93*4-35 * 1935-36 22, 176, 517, 447, 566, 

5?l-572,6lH,774 

Re-exports, U. S., 1934-36 664-665 

Shipments, U. S., to; 

Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-36 674 

Puerto Rico, 1954-55 4 1935-36 681 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 689 

Starch: 

Exports, u. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 19,311,496-609,769 

Imports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 566 

Shipments to U. S., Virgin Islands, 1935-36 687 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1 93^-35 4 1935-36 686 

Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-36 675 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 1935-36 681 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 690 

Sugar: 

Carry-over, Java, 1933 4 1 936 226 

Consumption: 

Europe, 1930-3' to 1934-35 211 

United States, 1934 4 1935 221 

World, 1930-31 to 1954-35 210-211 

Control measures, 1936: 

International 201-202 

United States 214 

U.S.S.R. 227 

Exports: 

Australia, 1914-15 to 1 935-36 284 

Cuba, 1950-35 225 

Java and Madura, 1929-1935 226 

" United Kingdom, 1924-1936 225,706 

United States, 1910-11 to 1935-36 19,173,219,220,225. 

3M ,442,496,609,769 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Import quotas, U. S., 1935 & 1 956 214,215 

I mpor ts: 

China, 1909-1935 136 

United Kingdom, 1924-1936 706 

United States, 1910-11 to 1935-36 22,25,176,179,219, 

220,316,518,446,448, 
552-555,567,613,615, 
773,775 

Market control scheme, United Kingdom, 1936 • 464 

Meltings, U. S., 1934 4 1935 - 221 

Pr i ces: 

Cuba, 1930-56 224 

United States, 1927-1956 222 

Produc t i on: 

Australia, 1914-15 to 1955-56 284 

Cuba, 1909-1910 to 1955-36 205,218,224 

Java, 1935 4 1936 226 

U.S.S.R. , I 928- I 936 228 

United Kingdom, 1924-1956 — - 706 

United States, 1 909- 1 9t 0 to 1955-56 217,219,220 

World, 1 909- 1 910 to 1955-36 205-209 

Receipts, U. S., 1934 4 1935 221,222 



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Sugar - continued: 

Re-exports, U. S., 1 934-35 4 1955-36 665 

Refined, stocks, production, and distribution, U. S., 1934 & 1935 222 

Shipments to U. S.: 

Hawaii, 1 934-55 4 1935-36 670 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 1935-36 676 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 669,68? 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1934-35 4 1935-36 685 

Hawaii, 1934-35 4 1935-36 6?4 

Situation, World, Aug. 1936 201-230 

Stocks: 

Cuba, 1935 4 1936 225 

United States, 1934 4 1936 221 

World, 1952-35 213 

Subsidy, United Kingdom, 1924-1956 ?0 t 

Supplies, Java, 1956-57 226 

Trade, international, av. 1925-29, an. ! 953 & 1954 229 

Visible supply, specified countries, June 1955-56 212 

See also Beet sugar; Cane sugarj Maple sugar. 
Sugar beets: 
Area: 

England and Wales, 1951-56 142,180 

Hungary, 1955 & 1956 188 

U.S.S.R., 1928-1956 : 228 

United Kingdom, 1924-1956 706 

Specified countries, av. 1925-29, an. 1951-36 205 

Yugoslavia, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 203,506 

Crop prospects, France, 1935 4 1936 704 

Product i on: 

Austria, 1955 4 1956 652 

Czechoslovakia, 1 935 & I936 578 

Hungary, 1 935 4 1936 188 

Netherlands, 1955 4 I 936 254 

U.S.S.R., 1928-1956 228 

United Kingdom, 1924-1936 706 

Situation, U.S.S.R., 1955-56 227 

Sugar cane: 

Area, South China, 1955 1 36 

Production, South China, 1935 134-139 

Swaziland, cattle number, av. 1 926- 1 930 , an. 1931-35 715 

Sweden: 

Barley production, 1933-56 588,535 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-55 to 1935-36 207 

Cattle number, av. 1 926- I 930, an. 1931-55 7 1 4 

Fruit, crop prospects, 1936 245 

Oats production, 1933-36 589,556 

Rye production, 1933-56 541,694 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1950-51 to 1935-56 211,212 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1955 & 1954 230 

Stocks, 1952-55 213 

Visible supply, June 1955-36 212 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-56 205 

Tobacco situation, 1 936 406-407 

Wheat production, av. 1930-34, an. 1935-56 53, ' 89, 34 1 ,692 

Sw i tzer I and: 

Barley production, 1955-36 588,555 

Beet-sugar production, av 1925-26 to 1929-1950, an. 1952-53 to 1935-56 207 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-55 7'4 

Fruit, crop prospects, 1956 245 



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Switzerland - continued: 

Hog and fat situation, 1936 600-601 

Hog and pork situation', 1936-37 438 

Oats production, 1933-36 389,536 

Rye production, 1*33-36 — 3^+ 1 , 69 1 * 

Sugar, foreign trade, av, 1925-29, an. 1933 4 1954 — 229 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 203 

Wheat: 

Crop estimate, 1935-36 235 

Production, av. 1930-34, an. 1935-36 — — 53,692 

Sydney, wool sales, 1936 29^ , 30U , 326 , M5 2 , 

506,786.. 793 

Syria and Lebanon: 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 715 

Olive oil production, av. 1928-29 to 1933-34, an. 1 93^-35 4 1935-36 50,380 

T 

Ta i wan: 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to I929-I950, an. 1952-33 to 1935-36 208 

Rice: 

Area, 1915-I6 to 193^-35 96 

Exports to Japan, 1915-16 to 1 93^-35 96 

Production, 1915-16 to 1934-35 96,758 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 230 

See also Formosa. 

Tanganyika, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 715 

Tanning materials. See Dyeing and tanning materials. 
Tar iff i 
Pol icy : 

Relation to agriculture, Australia, 1936 278 

Untted Kingdom, 1935 & 1936 459-465 

Rates on: 

Dairy products, United Kingdom, 1932-36 635,640 

Principal agricultural imports, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Sugar, China, 1923-1936 '37-139 

Trade barriers lowered, France, 1936 424 

Tea: 

Imports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 23,177,317,447, 

554,572,614,774 

Re-exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-36 665 

Shipments, U. S., to Alaska, 1934-35 4 1935-36 686 

Tobacco: 
Area: 

Canada, 1935 4 1936 — 265 

Germany, 1 93 1 -36 405 

Greece, av. 1929-1933, an. 1934 4 1935 412 

Oriental countries, 1935 4 1936 — — 55-36 

Yugoslavia, 1935 4 1936 506 

Consumpt i on: 

China, 1936 546-5H8 

Japan, 1 936 548 

Manchuria, 1 936 548-549 

Exports: 

China, 1935-56 — 791 

Southern Rhodesia, 1930-35 449 

United States, 1923-24 to 1935-36 19,24,173,178,511, 

312,442,443,485,496, 
549,609,610,769,770, 
795 



5" 



Tobacco - continued: 

Government aid, China, 1936 37 

Government control measures, Denmark, 1932-36 333-33 1 * 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 465 

Import prospects, Oriental countries, 1936 36-37 

Import prospects for American, Japan, 1936-37 792 

I mpor ts: 

China, 1936-37 5>*7,79l 

Denmark, 1932-35 334 

United States, 1934-55 4 1935-36 23,177,316,446, 

552,567,613,773 

Index numbers of exports, 1921-1935 7,152,305,432,488, 

586,765-766 

Outlook of American, Europe, 1 936 401-402 

Pr i ces: 

China, 1936-37 792 

Southern Rhodesia, June 1936 265 

Production: 

Canada, 1935 -• 265 

China, 1935 4 1936 5"»7,79l 

Germcny, 1951-36 405 

Japan, av. 1930-34, an. 1935-36 548 

New Zealand. 1935-36 244 

Oriental countries, 1955 t, 1 936 35-36 

Southern Rhodr-sia, 1934-35 & 1935-36 264,428 

United Kingdon, 1 335 4 1936 264 

Prospects for American dark, Europe, 1936-37 794 

Re-exports.. U. S., 1920-1936 661,665 

Sales quota system, Southern Rhodesia, 1 936 428-429 

Shipments to U. S., Puerto Rico.. 1934-35 4 1955-36 677 

Shi pments U. S. , to: 

Puerto Rico, l95>)-55 4 1955-36 '681 

Virgin Islands, 1935-36 689 

Situation: 

Algeria, 1 936 412 

Austria, Sent. I956 410-411 

Balkan States, Sept. 1 956 412 

Czechoslovakia, 1956 410 

Denmark, Sept. 1 936 408 

Europe, Sept. 1 936 401-412 

Finland, Sept. 1936 40? 

France, Sept. 1 936 410 

Germany, Sept. 1 936 403-404 

Hungary, Sept. ) 956 4l I 

Italy, Sept. 1 936 41 1-412 

Netherlands, Sept. 1 936 408-409 

Norway, Sept. 1 9 36 405-406 

Orient, 1956 ■ 5^6-549 

Polnnd, Sept. I9J6 409 

Sweden, Sept. 1956 406-407 

Turkey, Sept. 1936 412 

United Kingdom, Sept. 1 936 402-403 

Trade, New Zealand, 1935-56 244 

Tobago. See Trinidad and Tobago. 

Tokyo, wheat prices, 1 936 4,257,372-373,626 

Toma toes: 

Export prospects, Cuba, 1936-3? 761,793 

Exports, Cubii to U. S., 1935-56 4 1956-57 656 

Shipments to U. S.2 

Cuba, 1956-3? 761 

Virgin Islands, 1935-56 68? 



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Trade agreements: 

Canada - U. S., 1 936 1*3-48, 1 63- » 69, 246- 

251,351-362,521- 
535,641-6149 

German - Danish, Mar. 1936 42 

German - Yugoslav, 1 936 708 

Trinidad, cane-sugar production, av. l°25-26 to 1929-30, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 - 208 

Trinidad and Tobago, sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 229 

Tripol itania, olive oil production, av. 1928-29 to I933-3 1 *, an. 1934-35 4 '935-36 50,380 
Tung oil: 

Imports, U. S., 1 93^-35 4 1935-36 552,553,565 

Re-exports, U. S., 1 93^-35 4 1935-36 661,664 

Tuni s: 

Barley production, 1933-36 388,535 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 714 

Wheat production, 1933-36 101,693 

Tunisia: 
Bar I ey : 

Area, I 93 ' -36 I 18 

Production, 1 93 t -36 I 15, I 18 

Olive oil production, av. 1928-29 to 1933-34, an. 1934-35 4 1935-36 50,380 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 230 

Wheat: 

Area, 1931-36 118 

Production, av. 1930-34, an. 1935-36 53,102-103,118,153 

Turkey : 

Barley production, 1933-36 388,536 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 207 

Cattle number, av. 1 926- 1 930, an. 1931-35 715 

Corn production, 1933-36 389,535 

Fi Iberts: 

Production, 1935-36 266,267 

Suppl ies, 1935-36 267 

Oats production, 1933-36 389,536 

Olive oil production, av. 1928-29 to I 933-3^ , an. 1934-35 4 1935-36 50,380 

Rye: 

Crop estimate, 1935-36 235 

Production, 1933-36 694 

Sugar beets, area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 203 

Tobacco situation, Sept. 1 936 412 

Wa I nuts: 

Exports, 1929-1930 to 1935-36 384,336 

Production, av. I929-I93 1 *, an. 1932-36 382 

Wheat: 

Crop estimate, 1935-56 235 

Production, 1933-36 693 

Turnips, imports from Canada, U. S., Jan. -June 1935 4 1936 15,166,168 

U 

Uganda, cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1 93 < -35 7 1 5 

Union of South Africa. See Africa, Union of South. 
U.S.S.R. (Russia): 

Barley exports, 1935-54 to 1936-37 181,253,320,364, 

1+14,467,537,617, 
695,777,821 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 204,207 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 714 

Corn exports, f 933-34 to 1936-37 181,253,320,364, 

414,467,537,617, 
695,777,821 



56 



Page 



U.S.S.R. (Russia) - continued: 

Cotton crop conditions and production, 1936 30' 

Gra ins: 

Crop prospects, 1936 193-IS 1 * 

Harvesting conditions, July 1 936 1414-145 

Sowings, 1936 757-758 

Hog »nd fat situation, 1 936 601 

Oats exports, 1 933-3 1 * to 1936-37 181 ,253,320,3^.14 . 

»»lM67,537i6»7, 
695, 777. -32 1 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1 93*4-35 211 

Control measures, 1936 227 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 229 

Production, 1928-1936 228 

Sugar beets: 

Area, av. 1925-29, an. 1 93 1 - 36 203,228 

Production, 1928-1936 228 

Situation, 1935-36 227 

Wheat: 

Area, » 93^-35 to 1936-37 32, ' u 2, 19^- 195 

Shipments, 1933-37 5«. 120.. 184.256,321 , 

366, 420. 1-70, 5 h 0 : 
620,700,782,824 

United Kingdom: 

Agricultural policy, 1 936 459-465 

Bacon imports from Netherlands, 1928-29 to 1935-36 449 

Barley: 

Imports, 1 926- 1 935 - 10 

Production, 1935 & 1936 296 

Beef: 

Consumption per capita, 1932-35 721 

Import control, 1 936 742-744 

Import duty, Nov. 1 936 200,764 

Imports, 1951-35 41,746 

Prices, 1931-36 7^7 

Production, av. 1 926-1930, an. 1931-35 719 

Subsidy, 1 93 l +-37 40, I 10-1 I I 

8eer production, 1935 4 1936 131 

Beet-sugar production, av. l°25-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 207 

Cattle slaughter, av. 1 926- 1 930, an. 1931-35 718 

Cotton: 

Prices, 1936 56,108,118.182,254, 

308,365,416,468,558, 
618,698,779,822 

Textile situation, 1936 107-108 

Hog and fat situation, 1936-37 590-592 

Hog and pork situation, 1936-37 436-437 

Lard prices, 1936 471 

Malting bar I ey : 

Market prospects, 1 936 296-297 

Market situation, 1 936 510 

Situation, 1 936 7-10,130-131 

Milk: 

Marketing scheme, 1933-36 634-640 

Subsidy, 1935-37 640 

Mutton and lamb, consumption per capita, 1932-35 721 

Pork: 

Import duty prospects, 1 936 '50-151 

Import quotas, 1936 109-110,234,754 

Import restrictions, 1936 584 



5? 



United Kingdom - continued: 
Pork - continued: 

Imports, 1 93*4-36 

Prunes, Imports of American, 1955-36 

Rye production, 1933-36 

Sugar : 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 193*4-35 

Exports, 1924-1936 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1 933 & 1934 

Imports, 19214-1936 

Production, 1924-1936 

Subsidy, I 924- I 936 

U. S, import quota for, 1936 

Sugar beetst 

Area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 

Production, 1924-1936 

Tariff rates on principal agricultural imports, 1936 

Tobacco : 

Production, 1935 & 1 936 

Situation, Sept. 1 936 

Veal : 

Consumption per capita, 1932-35 

Imports, 1931-36 

Production, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 

Wheat:. 

Crop prospects, June 1936 

Production, av. 1930-34, an. 1935-36 

Woo I : 

Market conditions, 1936 

Pr ices, 1936 

Sales, 1936 

Supply situation, 193° 

United States: 

Agricultural exports: 

Index numbers, 1934-36 

Principal products, 1934-55 4 '935-56 



Agricultural imports: 

Principal products, 1954-55 4 '955-56 



Value of, compared with total, 1929-1956 

Agricultural re-exports, principal products, 1920-1956 
Agricultural trade with: 

Alaska. 1954-35 & '955-56 

Canada, 1956 



Hawai i, 1954-35 A 1955-56 

Puerto Rico, 1 93^-35 4 '955-56 

Virgin Islands, 1955-56 

Apples: 

Exportable surplus, 1956 

Exports, 1955-56 

Production, I956 

Bar I ey : 

Area, 1955-56 



Paje 



584 
578 
»*55,694 

21 1 
706 
229 
706 
706 
706 
2'5 

203,706 
706 

U65 

264 
402-403 

721 
41,746 
7'9 

5 

55,189,341 

555, >»58, 585, 633, 793 
112 
62,370,704 
347 



6-7,151-152,304-505, 
452,585-586,765-766 
17-19,24,171-173, 
178,509-312,440-445, 
485-502,585-586, 
607-610,767-770 

20-25,25, 17>*-I77, 
179,314-318,444-448, 
551-575,61 1-615, 
771-775 

551 
661-666 

683-686 
11-15, 43-48, 163-169, 
246-251 ,351-362, 521- 
533,641-649,809-818 

670-675 

676-682 

687-690 

335 
5-6,68 
335 

1 14 ; 288 



58 



Page 

United States - continued: 
Barley - continued: 

Exports, 1933-34 to 1 936-57 — - — 55,58,116,120,181, 

I8»4, 253, 256,320, 321, 
364,366,414,420,467, 
470, 537, 540, 617, 620, 
695,700,777,782,821, 



824 

Production, 1933-36 115,288,588,535 

Beans, Dry, exports to Canada, 1935 4 1936 1 4 

Beef: 

Consumption per capita, 1953-35 721 

Exports, 1931-55 -— 727 

Imports, 1931-56 726,819 

Production, av. 1 926- 1 330 , an. 1931-55 719 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1950, an. 1932-55 to 1955-56 204,207,222 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1950, an. 1952-53 to 1935-56 207,222 

Cattle: 

Import quotas. 1936 269-270,1*80,723 

Imports, 1955-36 I I , 13,247,249, 

526,724-725 

Number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1931-55 713 

Prices, 1931-56 728 

Slaughter, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 718 

Cereal breakfast foods, imports from Canada, 1935-56 24° 

Cheese: 

Imports, av. 1925-29, an. 1955-56 12,15,168,524- 

525,527 

Production, av. 1925-29, an. 1955-56 15,168 

Corn: 

Area, 1953-56 I 14,288 

Exports, 1933-34 to 1936-57 14,55,58,116,120, 



181 , 184,255,256,320, 
321,564,566,414,420, 
467,470,537,540,617, 
620,695,700,777,782, 



821 ,824 

Production, 1933-36 389,535 

Cotton exports, av. 1 923 1 933, an. 1934-36 1 6 . 170, 1 72, f 78, 

307,513,587,796 

Cream imports, 1955 4 l°36 11,14 

Dairy products imports, 1955 4 1 956 - 247,249 

Eggs exports to Canada, 1 935 4 I956 14,247 

Exports to Canada, 1935 4 1956 12,14,47,250, 

360-361,551-532 

Filberts imports, 1929-1930 to 1935-56 290 

Fruit juices, exports to Canada, 1 935 4 1936 248 

Fru i ts : 

Exports to Can;.de, 1935 4 1956 12,14,247,248 

Imports from Canada, 1935 4 1 936 249 

Grains, exports, 1933-34 to 1935-36 55,58,116,120,181, 



184,253,256,320,321, 
364,366,414,420,467, 
470,537,540,617,620, 
695,700,777,782,821, 



824 

Hay imports from Canada, 1935 4 1936 15,247,249 

Horses: 

Exports to Canada, 1935 4 1 936 247 

Imports from Canada, 1935 4 1936 15,249 

Imports from Canada, I935 4 I936 48,251,532-553 



59 



Pag? 

United States - continued! 
Lard: 

Consumption per capita, 1933-35 721 

Exports to Canada, 1935 & 1 936 — I 2, 1 U , 2»+7 

Maple sugar imports, 1 935 4 1 936 — 12,15,21*7,21*9 

Molasses exports to Canada, 1935 4 1 936 21*8 

Mutton and lamb consumption per capita, 1933-55 721 

Nursery and greenhouse stock, exports to Canada, 1935 * '936 21*8 

Nuts, exports to Canada, 1935 4 1936 2U?,2>48 

Oats: 

Area, 1953-36 111*, 288 

Exports, I935-5 1 * to 1956-57 - 55,58,116,120,181, 

I8H,253, 256,320, 321, 
56H,366,i4li4,i»20,U67, 
»»70, 537, 5*40, 617, 620, 
695,700,777,782,821, 
B2U 

Imports from Canada, 1955 & 1 936 2*»?,2t+9 

Production, 1955-56 115,289,588,556 

Olive oil imports by countries, 1 95 • —36 52 

Pecans, exports to Canada, 1 935 4 1 956 IU 

Pork: 

Consumption per capita, 1933-55 ♦ 721 

Export prospects, 1955-56 199-200 

Exports, 1955 * 1956 58,120, 181*, 256,521, 

566,l»20,»470,5l40, 
620,700,782,821* 

Potatoes, imports from Canada, 1 93**-35 4 1955-56 —— 11,15,21*7,21*9, 

525,527 

Poul try : 

Exports to Canada, 1935 4 1936 - I2,H*,2M7 

Imports from Canada, 1935 4 1936 12,15,21*7,21*9 

Prunes: 

Exports to Europe, 1955-36 377-378 

Production, 1929-1936 577 

Pyrethrum imports, 1 926- 1 936 337 

Rice exports to Canada, 1935 4 1936 14 

Rye production, 1955-56 190,691* 

Sausage casings, exports to Canada, 1955 4 1936 21*7 

Seeds, exports to Canada, 1955 4 1956 21*7,21*8 

Sirup, exports to Canada, 1955 4 1956 21*8 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1950-51 to l95 l »-55 210,221 

Control measures, 1956 2 1 U 

Exports, 1910-11 to 1955-56 - - 219-220,225 

Foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1955 4 195** 229 

Import quotas, 1955 4 1956 2IU 

Meltings, I93»l 4 1935 221 

Prices, 1927-1936 - 222 

Production, 1909-1910 to 1935-56 — 205,217,219-220,222 

Stocks, 1952-35 215,221,222 

Visible supply, 1910-11 to 1955-36 212,219-220 

Sugar beets area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-56 203 

Tobacco: 

Exports, I923-2M to 1955-56 5*»9,795 

Imports from Germany, 1951-56 1*05 

Turnips, imports from Canada, 1955 4 1956 15 

Veal: 

Consumption per capita, 1955-55 721 

Production, av. 1926-1950, an. 1931-35 7<9 



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Pa^e 



United Statea - continued: 
Vegetab lea: 

Exports to Canada, 1935 4 1956 2W7,248 

laports fro» Canada, 1955 £ 1956 247,249 

falnuta imports, 1952-55 to 1955-56 — 586 

Wheat: 

Exporta, 1955 * 1956 — - 58, 120, 184, 256, 521, 

366,420,470,540, 
620,700,782,8214 

Production, av. 1 950-34, an. 1955-56 — 102,103,189,341, 

453,692 

Ship«enta, 1955-57 58, 1 20, 1 84,256,521 , 

366,420,470.540,620, 
700,782,824 

Wheat flour exporta, 1955 & 1 936 58,120,184,256,321, 

566,420,470,540,620, 
700,782,824 

Uruguay : 
Beef: 

Exporta, 1951-56 754,742 

Production, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-55 719 

Cattle: 

Nuaber, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-55 7 1 3 

Slaughter, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-55 547,565,451,717, 

741 

Stockyard receipts, 1952-56 741 

Hogs, slaughter, 1955 4 1956 36? 

Sheep and laabs, slaughter, 1935 & I956 565 

Sugar, foreign trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933 & 1934 230 

Veal production, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 719 

V 

Veal: 

Consumption per capita, specified countries, 1 93 ' — 35 721-722 

Uports, United Kingdoo, 1951-56 41,746 

Production, specified countries, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 M9-720 

See also Beef; Meat. 

Vegetable oils. See Oils, Vegetable 

Vegetab I es: 

Crop prospects, Puerto Rico, June 1956 59 

Exports: 

Cuba to U. S., 1955-56 4 1956-57 656 

United States, 1934-35 4 1935-56 - 19,45,45,175,247, 

248,311,357,442,497- 
498,522,525,528,609, 
769,809,816 

Imports, U. S., 1954-55 4 1935-56 25,46,177,247,249, 

516-517,446-447,530, 
567-568,572,615-614, 
647,773-774,811,814 

Re-exports, U. S., 1954-55 4 1955-36 665 

Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1934-35 4 1935-36 - 686 

Hawaii, 1934-55 4 1935-56 674 

Puerto Rico, 1954-55 & 1935-56 681 

Virgin Islands, 1935-56 689-690 

Venezue la: 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1950, an. 1951-55 — 715 

Sugar, U. S., import quota for, 1956 215 



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Venezuela - continued! 

Sugar-cane production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1930, an. 1932-33 to 1935-36 208 

Vinegar shipaents, U. S., tot 

Hawaii, 1954-55 4 1955-56 — 675 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 1935-56 681 

Virgin Islands: 

Agricultural trade with U. S., 1955-56 687-690 

Cane-sugar production, av. 1925-26 to 1929-1950, an. 1952-55 to 1955-56 207 

Sugar t 

Consumption, 1950-31 to 1 93**-35 210 

Production, I909-I9>0 to 1955-36 217 

U. S. isiport quota, 1935 4 1936 214,215 

I 

lalnutsi 

Exports, specified countries, 1929-1930 to 1935-56 385-584 

Imports: 

Geraany, 1929-1930 to 1935-56 385 

United States, 1952-55 to 1955-36 386 

Prices, England and France, 1935 4 1936 387 

Production and aarket prospects, European countries, 1956 582-587 

8ee also Nuts. 

■est Indies, sugar consumption, 1950-31 to 1954-55 210 

Iheatt 
Area: 

Argentina, 1950-51 to 1936-37 261 ,290, 424,454, 

786,799,803 

Australia, 1935-56 4 1956-57 -- 62,102,507 

Canada, 1935 4 1936 251,526,578 

China, 1956 705 

England and Wales, 1951-36 142,180 

Finland, 1951-36 — 28,97 

Hungary, 1931-56 2,56 

Irish Free State, 1951-36 182,802,820 

Japan, 1955 4 1956 — 100 

Lithuania, 1951-56 254 

Netherlands, 1951-56 28,97 

New Zealand, 1955-36 4 1936-57 506 

Norway, 1955 & 1 936 452 

Scotland, 1931-56 142,182 

Tunisia, 1951-36 118 

U.S.S.R., 1955-57 52,142,194-195 

Yugoslavia, 1950-36 ; ' 505 

Area reduction, Poland, 1957 754 

Condition, Canada, 1931-36 231,295-296 

Crop conditions: 

Argentina, 1956-57. - 29, 143,5"»5,624 

Australia, 8ept. 1936 -> 340 

Canada, 1931-36 28,64,101-102,125, 

142,231,255-256 

China, 1956 705,787 

Europe, 1956 — 29-30,191 

U.S.S.R., June 1936 32 

Crop prospects: 

British Isles, June 1936 3 

Canada, June 1936 3 

Irish Free State, June 1936 3 

Italy, 1936 155-156 

North Manchuria, July 1936 143 



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fh«at - continued: 

Exportable surplus: 

Argentina, Sept. 1956 

Europe, 1931-32 

Exports: 

Austral ia, 1 9 » 4- 1 936 

United States, 1935 * 1936 



F I our: 

Exports, U. S., 1935 4 1936 



Shipments, principal countries, 1933-37 



Government aid: 

Austral ia, 1932-36 

Europe, 1936 

Government control: 

France, 1936 

Italy, 1936 

Yugoslavia, Sept. 1936 

Groving conditions: 

Argentina, 1936-37 

Austral ia, Oct. 1936 

China, Dec. 1936 

Harvesting conditions, Argentina, Nov. 1936 ■ 

Import duties, United Kingdom, 1936 

laport prospects, Europe, 1936-37 

Import quotas for Yugoslav, Germany, 1936 — 
■■ports: 

China, I935-3 1 * to 1935-36 

France, 1950-31 to 193^-35 

Japan, I955-5H to 1956-57 

Manchuria, I955-5 1 * to 1956-57 ■ 

United States, 1 93^-35 4 1955-56 

Index numbers of exports, U. S., 1 93*+— 36 

Market conditions: 

China, 1 936 

Europe, June 1936 

Japan, 1 936 

Market control schemes, United Kingdoa, 1956 

Market situation, Europe, 1956 

National control board, France, 1956 

Prices: 

Germany, 1 95^-55 to 1956-57 

Japan, 1 936 

Marseille, France, 1935 4 1936 

Shanghai, 1936 

Specified markets, I 93M-35 4 1955-56 



Tokyo, 1956 

Product i on: 

Argentina, 1950-51 to 1956-57 

Austral ia, 1914-15 

Austria, 1951-56 

Belgium, 1950-56 



£sjbs 



593 
193 

280 

24,58, 120,184,256, 
521,366,420,470,540, 
620,700,782,824 

58,120,184,256,321, 
366,420,470,540, 
620,700,782,824 

58,120,184,256,521, 
366,420,470,540, 
620,700,782,824 

279-280 
31-32 

528,658-660 
156 

529 

393,^76,625 
476,625 
787 
652 
465 
192 
708 

126,425 
157 
425 
425 
552,562 
7,I52,305, 1 »32,586,766 

Each issue 
30,192 
4,104-105,257, 
372-575,626 
462 
192,756 
513-520 

238-239 
104-105,454-455 
162 
Each issue 
54,113,180,252,319, 
363,4I3,H66,53»», 
616,691,776,820 
4,237,372-575,626 

2,5>*,593,653,695, 
786,799,803 
280,507,693 
53,290, 5Hl,»t53. 
652,692 
53,260,295-519,692 



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Wheat - continued: 

Production - continued: 

Canada, 1931-36 

China, 1935 4 1936 

Czechoslovakia, av. 1930-54, an. 1935 & 1 936 
Danube Basin, av. 1 930-34, an. 1935 4 1 936 - 

Egypt, 1933-56 

England and Wales, 1933-36 

Europe, 1930-36 

Finland, 1931-56 

France, 1930-36 

Germany, av. 1930-34, an. 1935-36 

Greece, 1930-56 

Hungary, 1 93 1 -36 — 

Irish Free State, 1931-36 

Italy, 1955 4 1956 

Japan, 1935 & 1936 

Latvia, 1955 * 1956 — 

Lithuania, 1955 4 1956 

Manchuria, 1955 4 1956 

Netherlands, 1951-56 

North Africa, av. 1950-34, an. 1935-56 

Norway, 1935 4 1936 

Poland, 1951-56 

Portugal, 1935 4 1936 

Rumania, 1931-56 

Scotland, 1950-56 

Specified countries, 1950-56 



Tunisia, 1951-56 

Union of South Africa, 1935 4 1956 - 

World, 1955-56 

Yugoslavia, 1930-36 

Shipments, principal countries, 1933-37 



Situation: 

Europe, 1936 

Orient, 1936-37 ■ 

Sowing conditions, Europe, Nov. 1956 — 

Stocks, Canada, July 1954-56 

Suppl ies, World, 1936 

Trade, Mediterranean Basin, 1931-36 — 

Trade control, Italy, June 1936 

See also Grains. 
Wines, imports, U. S., 1934-55 4 1955-56 
Winnipeg, wheat prices, 1954-55 4 1955-56 



Wood: 

Exports, U. S., 1954-55 4 1955-56 — 
Imports, U. S., 1954-35 4 1955-56 — 
Re-exports, U. S., 1934-35 4 1935-56 
Shipments, U. S., to: 

Alaska, 1954-55 4 1955-56 

Hawai i , 1954-55 4 1955-56 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 4 1935-56 — 



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189,326,541,578 
625,692,695 
425-426 
53,189,326,544,692 
53,655,692 
2,371,693 
526,453,692 
30,55,327,655,692 
55,97,189,371,692 
55,452,475,503,692 
55,62,188,189,692 
53,101,117,692 
2,53,56,189,371,692 
53,182,189,692 
155,75'* 
100,426 
624 
474 
400,427,804 
II? 
125 
452 
691 
260 

55,101,117,578,692 
62,182,455,692 

786,799 
53,62,101-103,153, 
189,235,295,341,371, 
»»53,475,692,786,799 
118,153 
624 
255 
503 

58,120,184,256,321, 
366,420,470,540,620, 
700,782,824 

29,328,579-581,755 

425 

755 

231 
102-103 
153-162 
132-133 

569 

54,113,180,252,319, 
565,415,466,554, 
616,691,776,820 

499-502 
574-575 
666 

686 
675 
682 



64 

Pafle 



Wood pulp: 

Imports, U. S., I95H-35 * 1935-36 575 

Re-exports, U. S., 1 95"*-35 4 1935-36 666 

tool: 

Carry-over, Argentina, Oct. 1936 544 

Consumption, Argentina, 1936-37 5*44 

Exportable surplus, Argentina, 1936-37 5*44 

Exports: 

Australia, av. 1909-1913, an. 1914-15 to 1936-37 28? 

United States, 1 95^-35 * 1935-36 - 1*9 1 

Imports, U. S., l93»*-35 4 1935-36 - 20,25, 174, 1 79,3I>4, 

318, 444,447,448, 552, 
55>t, 559-560, 570, 61 1, 
615, 771, 77*4,775 

Market conditions, United Kingdom, 1936 - 335, '♦58,585,633, 793 

Prices, United Kingdom, 1936 112 

Product i on: 

Argentina, 1936-37 544 

Australia, av. 1909-1913, an. 1914-15 to 1936-57 287 

Re-exports, U. S., 1 93^-35 4 1935-36 661,663 

Sales: 

Australia, 1936 294,504,326,3*47,452, 

481,506,7014,786,795 

Bradford, 1 936 30*4 

London, 1936 40,62, 3*40, 3*l7, 570, 

624,632-633,704 

Shipments to U. S.: 

Alaska, 193^-35 4 1935-36 683 

Hawaii, 1 93*+-35 4 1935-36 670 

Situation, Europe, 1 936 512,658 

Supply situation, United Kingdom, 1936 3*47 

Textile situation, Europe, 1936 129-130,269 

World: 

Apples, production, 1935 a 1936 335 

Beef situation, 1936 709-751 

Beet-sugar production, 1909-1910 to 1935-36 204,205,207 

Cane-sugar production, 1909-1910 to 1935-36 204,205,207-208 

Cattle: 

Number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 710-711,713-717 

Situation, 1 936 709-751 

Cotton consumption, 1935 & 1936 326 

Grapefruit situation, 1935-36 109 

Rye: 

Crop estimate, 1935-56 235 

Production, 1935-36 — 69"+ 

Sugar: 

Consumption, 1930-31 to 1934-35 210-211 

Production, 1909-1910 to 1935-36 205-209 

Situation, Aug. 1 936 201-230 

Stocks, 1932-35 213 

Wheat: 

Crop estimate, 1935-36 235 

Production, 1933-36 - — 692-693 

Suppl ies, 1936 102-105 

Y 

Yugoslavia: 
Barley: 

Area, 1930-56 503 

Production, 1930-36 — - 388,503,555 



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Yugoslavia - continued: 

Beans, Dry , production, 1936 332 

Beet-sugar production, av. 1925-1930, an. 1932-36, 207 

Cattle number, av. 1926-1930, an. 1931-35 — 714 

Corn area, and production, 1930-36 503,506,535 

Cotton area, 1935 & 1 936 506 

Flax area, 1935-56 506 

Hemp area, 1935-36 506 

Hogs, exports, 1934-36 304,781 

Hops, area, 1935-36 506 

Lard exports, 1934-36 781 

Oats: 

Area, 1930-36 503 

Production, 1930-36 389,503,536 

Olive oil production, av. 1928-29 to 1933-34, an. 1934-35 * 1936-37 50,380 

Potatoes, area, 1935 & 1 936 506 

Prunes, production, 1929-1936 377 

Py ret hr urn: 

Area, 1934 336 

Exports, 1935-56 356 

Prices, 1955-36 356 

Production, av. 1930-34, an. 1935-36 356 

Rye: 

Area, 1930-36 503 

Production, 1930-36 475,505,694 

Sugar: 

Foreigr. trade, av. 1925-29, an. 1933-34 230 

Stocks, 1932-35 213 

Sugar beets area, av. 1925-29, an. 1931-36 203,506 

Tobacco area, 1935-36 506 

Trade agreement with Germany , 1936 708 

Wa I nuts : 

Exports, 1929-1930 to 1935-56 584,386 

Production, av. 1929-1934, an. 1932-36 382 

Wheat: 

Area, 1930-36 503 

Government control measures, Sept. 1936 329 

Production, av. 1930-34, an. 1935-36 53.189,295,475, 

505,692 

See also Danube Basin. 
Yeast shipments, U. S., to: 

Hawaii, 1934-35* 1935-36 675 

Puerto Rico, 1934-35 & 1935-36 681